Firefox 102.0

Category: Internet

Mozilla Firefox 102.0 Quantum has become one of the most popular web browsers thanks to its stability, speed and compatibility with major web standards.


Browsing the Internet has become one of the most ordinary activities done on any PC, so if we want to enjoy the best experience, it is important to have the best browser. And  is definitely one of the best browsers thanks to its performance and stability.

The best browser in the world?

We dare not say so, but since Mozilla Firefox was launched by the Mozilla Foundation in 2004, it has followed a successful path leading to becoming one of the most popular browsers in the world, fighting with Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge (far ahead of Safari, Opera and others).

The success of this browser is due to several aspects, such as the fact that it is an open source development, its performance, its development or its plug-in system has been copied by other developers. other applications.

Firefox Add-ons and Extensions: extra functions for your browser
The Mozilla web browser’s extension system is one of the favorite aspects of users: you can add all kinds of new functionality to its default features. Anyone can develop them and they are really easy to install from the add-ons web or uninstall them from the extension manager in Settings.

For years, its extensions have kept it ahead of other browsers.

Other browsers such as Internet Explorer find themselves at a clear disadvantage in this area, as they do not allow users to improve its features with third-party developers, whether experts or programmers. amateur programmer.

And then Quantum comes…

Version 57 brings with it the Quantum project, which we were able to try before as a beta. And while Firefox Quantum is not exactly a new version of the browser as in the case of Microsoft Edge compared to Internet Explorer, we are talking about an improved part of Firefox, introducing many updates. The latter includes a new CSS engine, developed with Rust, and the ability to execute multiple processes in parallel in the core, rather than sequentially.

Another feature highlighted is the lower RAM consumption compared to Chrome. The staff at Mozilla claimed that it was capable of consuming up to 30% less under similar conditions, and they did so by prioritizing the active tab as well as the aforementioned multi-process execution. .

Main features

Here are some of the most important features of this great web browser:

Compatible with different web standards: HTML5, XML, XHTML, SVG, CSS, Javascript…
Gecko rendering engine.
SSL / TLS security system to protect connections to the server.
Support smart card authentication.
Incognito browsing mode.
Home page configuration.
Tab bar.
Pop-up blocker.
Built-in bookmarks and search.
Supports extensions and plug-ins.
Customize by means of the theme.
Sync between devices thanks to Firefox Sync.
Download manager.
Hidden functions and options.
Protection against trackers and ads.
Reading mode to read without distraction.
32 and 64-bit versions.

Which browser is better? Firefox vs Chrome: Duel

In terms of taste, there’s no question, but there are quite a few aspects that distinguish both of the world’s most popular browsers.

Interface: Chrome hasn’t evolved too much in terms of graphics since it came out in 2008. Mozilla has evolved over time and now comes with an interface that allows the use of complete themes. .
Speed ​​and performance: both have similar performance according to different measurement tools like JetStream, HTML5 Test or Kraken and where, overall, Google’s browser gets better results when measured GIF animation or run JavaScript elements.
Extensions: Google doesn’t provide data about its browser but its high market share and the fact that its online store is full makes us think it gives us all we need . We can leave it as a draw because Mozilla also offers us over 15,000 extensions, which is not bad at all.
Customization: other than extensions, Chrome is not flexible when it comes to allowing users to customize their browsing experience. On the contrary, its rival offers us the possibility to modify some aspects to make it more comfortable to use.
Privacy: Mozilla has never been overly concerned with data about users’ browsing activities. That’s important to many people who care about the privacy of their personal information.
To keep things short, there weren’t too many major differences between both programs that would have led to our decision. We will have to pay attention



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