Firefox 70.0.1

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Firefox browser is a fast, full-featured Web browser. It offers security, privacy, and excellent protection against viruses, spyware, malware, and can also easily block pop-up windows. The main feature that makes it so popular is its simple and effective UI, browser speed, and strong security capabilities.

See the new version, called Firefox Quantum which taking you to the things you like and the things you need faster than before, along with a fresh new look.

Firefox Quantum is the next generation of web engines for Firefox users, building the Gecko engine as a strong foundation. Quantum will use fearless Rust concurrency and high-performance components from Servo to bring more GPU parallelization and demolition to this browser.

Users of Firefox (Quantum) will be impressed with the new modern design that prioritizes their needs. With a new design (fast and liquid photons), Firefox jumps forward with a new interface that reflects the reality of today’s high DPI display and users who are more focused on the task than before. Photons don’t just look good, they’re smarter too. If you use Photon on a Windows PC with a touch view, the menu changes size based on whether you click with the mouse or touch with your finger.

Since then, Mozilla Firefox has consistently appeared in the 3 most popular browsers globally. The main feature that makes this browser so popular is its simple and effective UI, browser speed, and strong security capabilities. This browser is very popular among developers thanks to the development of open source and active communities of advanced users.

This browser features include  integrated Google search, pop-ups blocking, tabbed browsing, simplified privacy controls, an efficient browser window that displays more pages than other browsers and a number of additional features that work with you to help you make the most of your online time.

 

Download link: Firefox 70.0.1 (32-bit) | 47.4 MB – Freeware

Download link: Firefox 70.0.1 (64-bit) | 49.1 MB – Freeware

Author: Mozilla Organization