Firefox (Quantum)

Firefox (Quantum)

4.5 stars

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open source web browser Firefox Quantum is an independent web browser that offers tabbed browsing combined with numerous handy features like popup blocking, Live Bookmarks (RSS integration), password manager and more. The functionality can be extended with dozens of freely available plug-ins (Extensions). Firefox can import all your Internet Explorer Favorites as well as some other settings, so switching is made easy. An abundant collection of freely available extensions (add-ons) allow you to easily add the features you want and customize the browser to fit your needs. Firefox Quantum uses a powerful new engine that offers faster page loading while using less computer memory. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher Mozilla Foundation (3) Price Free
Version 59.0.2  history Last updated Mar 27, 2018
File Size 32.5 Mb Requirements None

User Reviews

5 stars52% 44
4 stars15% 13
3 stars15% 13
2 stars10% 9
1 star5% 5
Based on 84 reviews

Latest user reviews:

Firefox is back 5 stars by fuzzy178795 Dec 04, 2017 (Read all my 2 reviews)
At last this is now again the Top Browser after many updates , at last we have a new Firefox it's back and it's fast it does not crash it's smooth it's Fantastic try this new Firefox I think you will like it This is now again my default Browser it's just great. show Review details
Not what it used to be 1 stars by asrs2007 Aug 10, 2016 (Read all my 6 reviews)
It used to be my favorite, but after it refused to work with java, I had to give it up and was surprised to see that new generation brosers were better in many respects. show Review details
Good, but with exceptions. literally. 3 stars by kpupright799 Jun 18, 2016 (Read all my 3 reviews)
Once upon a time, google was simple, fast, and excellent. Now it is huge and invasive. Firefox seems to have followed the same path. As always since I first started using it, Firefox has had excellent design and interface. The problem has come since the early 30s versions and the browser getting more and more bloated. Resource use in this last build is astounding, and I'd love to send the plugin container to another planet, set fire to it and bury its ashes. Constant "breakpoint" errors leading to crashes prompted repeated clean installations trying to gain stability to no avail. Getting a system crash and good ole blue screen was the final straw. Haven't seen that since Bugle was a pup and have no desire to deal with it for the sake of just trying to look at the internet. It may work for others but for now I've had my fill. The search continues. show Review details
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