Mozilla Firefox is safe, fast, easy to navigate. With its regular updates, the developers try to give the best experience to its users.
Firefox stands out from other browsers by its focus on "more speed, more privacy, more freedom." The browser uses less memory than competitors and goes further to protect user data. Firefox promotes a platform where users feel confident that their internet activity is protected.
In the latest Firefox update, Mozilla added a picture-in-picture mode, allowing users to multitask. They also added a Dark Mode for users that prefer a darker interface.
The latest version offers several enhancements such as improved collaboration with mobile devices, efficient bookmark management, new extensions and updates to the address bar making searching easier. Firefox has a built in ad tracker whilst blocks unwanted ads.
Yes, Firefox can now be installed on Chromebooks and devices running ChromeOS. To install Firefox on your Chromebook, it needs to be x86 based, running ChromeOS 80 or later. Follow these instructions:
Note: This information was from the Mozilla Support Page.
Firefox has a built in ad-blocker, however you may be inclined to add an additional ad-blocker. Firefox has a list of approved ad-blockers on the Mozilla Blog:
From the Firefox Help Center, you can manage Firefox bookmarks easily:
For more information on managing Firefox bookmarks, refer to the Firefox website.
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