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27/11/2017 - Firefox Quantum: Mozilla’s new browser

Mozilla promises higher speed and better results using less memory with its new browser, Firefox Quantum, which launched on November 14 and has already received very positive feedback.

As Mark Mayo, vice president of Mozilla, wrote this is the biggest update of the platform ever since Firefox 1.0 was launched back in 2004. Mayo emphasizes that Firefox Quantum promises twice the speed of its previous releases, 30% less RAM usage than Google Chrome and faster tab switching.

The "secret" lies in using all your CPU cores. Most web browsers are not "written" in code that exploits all the kernels of your computer. Firefox Quantum aims to exploit these, which makes it the fastest web browser on the market.

Mozilla puts emphasis on the new User Interface: "We call this Photon initiative, and the goal is to modernize and integrate all of Firefox's features while taking advantage of the fast new machine," Mayo writes.

For the purposes of developing Photon, we examined the ways in which users use the web. "We looked at real hardware to make Firefox look fine on every screen, and we've made sure that Firefox looks and works like Firefox, no matter what device you're using." Mozilla also points out that the whole system has been set up to be expanded in the future, going beyond the current hardware.

Firefox Quantum has a new, minimal design and new built-in tools that do not require installation from third party services such as capturing screenshots, the Pocket Store for Web Pages, and a new library that concentrates all the user's activity. Another important addition is the Tracking Protection option, which excludes requests for online user tracking, works by default in a Private Browsing window and according to Mozilla reduces the loading time by 44%. Caution is required on some extensions where there is incompatibility as only WebExtensions will work instead of the legacy.

Already from the first days of using the new platform, the difference is obvious, and users do not have to make an effort to adapt to the new display, as it is new, but reminds the old one in many ways.

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