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Mozilla Firefox Free Download - PC Software

Posted By: WAHEED AFSAR - December 18, 2019

Mozilla Firefox Free Download - PC Software

Mozilla Firefox, Firefox Browser, or simply Firefox, is a free and open-source web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation and its subsidiary, Mozilla Corporation. Firefox uses the Gecko layout engine to render web pages, which implements current and anticipated web standards
Mozilla Firefox is a classic, free web browser that’s been around since 2004. It fell out of favor in recent years, being overtaken by Chrome, newcomers to the browser scene, and even the new, improved version of Internet Explorer which, despite misgivings, was actually making a very good impression. Firefox took a little longer to get back on its feet. It’s here now, but has it done enough?

Download and install Firefox:

The Firefox download is as easy and fast as you’d expect, as is the install. There are very few hoops to jump through - rather than offering you the set-up and sync options in the installation process, it simply installs the browser and offers sync subtly when it is done. The the downside of this, of course, is that if you want any fine-grained control over the set-up of Firefox, you’re going to have to dive into the options yourself. We’d definitely recommend this because Firefox offers a lot of control over various options, especially privacy. Since this is possibly one of the main reasons you’ve downloaded it, it’s worth taking some time over. Check out your options by clicking on the three horizontal bars in the top left of the window Privacy Protections.

What Mozilla Firefox offers users:

The first thing you’ll notice when you open Firefox is just how fast and attractive it is. The purple and orange color scheme has really been polished up and all the menus and options look clean, minimalist, and easy to navigate. Firefox’s speed, which is one of the major selling points, also pleases. It’s all very well for Firefox and testers to tell us, precisely, how fast it is (and they do), but it looks and feels fast when you’re using it, which is arguably the most important point.

Connected to this, Firefox also uses less memory and, together, they have an impressive effect on resource-hungry tasks, like playing games or running other programs on your computer. Firefox also makes special mention of tabs, saying that they’ve changed the way the browser deals with tab processes to unlink them, which makes them faster, more agile, and less likely to crash or hang.

The browser also continues to support a huge library of add-ons, which are a great way of extending the functionality of the browser. There are also plenty of themes, so even if you’re not keen on the purple and orange, there are other options available to you.
Firefox Quantum, Nightly, and more
A quick detour - when you do your research on Firefox, you may see other versions up for grabs and wonder which you should pick. Here’s what’s on offer:


The standard version that you’re likely to download
Firefox Quantum: The cool name is what attracts people to Firefox Quantum, but unfortunately, it’s just the name of the version of stable Firefox that was released in 2017. Not all releases get names, but this one did and it stuck in people’s minds.

Firefox Nightly:

The absolute most-recent build. Cool features are likely but, then again, so are bugs. Firefox Beta: the most recent tested build. A good balance between cool and stable.
Firefox Developer Edition: like it says on the tin, a version for developers

Firefox Extended Support Release:

This version is for people who manage large-scale deployments of Firefox, like in a big company. It’s stable but doesn’t have all the latest features.

Firefox Clockwise, the password manager:

One thing that we weren’t so keen on is this: when you look at Firefox’s features either on the Mozilla website or on the welcome page once you’ve installed the browser, you’ll see mention of some cool-sounding features like Lockwise, Monitor, and Send. They’re sort of integrated into the browser Lockwise is the password managers, but to use all its features, you need to sync your browser. The monitor is not part of the browser, but it is a service you need to have a Firefox account to access and, finally, Send is a totally separate website. All this isn’t clear from the homepage and can look like they are all standard Firefox features, which isn’t quite true.

Firefox and your privacy:

For most people who look to Firefox, the privacy gains are the main event - especially if you’re looking to make a change from Chrome. When it comes to ad blockers, Firefox has some heavy-duty weapons under the hood. You choose the level of protection you need from the browser, picking from highly-configurable Standard, Strict, and Custom modes, and there are also several Firefox-approved ad-blocking extensions you can add to up the level of protection.

You’ll also be able to exercise plenty of control over Firefox privacy by delving into the settings options - in both the Privacy Protections and Options menus. Here you can tweak the ad blockers, as we mentioned, as well as changing permissions for things like the camera, allowing or preventing Firefox from collecting data, and deciding when and how you deal with dangerous downloads and security certificates. There’s also a super-charged, tracker blocking private mode and a default password manager (although you can get more sophisticated password managers as separate downloads or add-ons).

Finally, although it’s not a feature, Firefox has a specific, detailed, and seemingly transparent official approach to privacy, laying out clearly what data it tracks, who it shares it with, and why it does so. It’s nice to see this straightforward approach.

Firefox is back in the running as a great browser:

We were impressed by Firefox and consider it to be a fully-fledged top browser once again. It looks good, moves fast, and has every single feature you could possibly want from a browser. It’s got add-ons and Firefox for Android scores highly on transparency and works hard to keep updating the features it offers users. Obviously, privacy is a major component of Firefox’s charm, but it’s this aspect that confuses us a little. If you’re not at all interested in privacy, it’s unlikely that Firefox will offer enough to tempt you from your existing browser.

If privacy is of major importance to you, there’s a good chance you’ll go for something more hard-core than Firefox, like Firefox Focus, or one of the entirely new browsers that have been built with privacy in mind, like Tor. For everyone else, Firefox is probably a good choice, but only if you’re pushed away from your old browser - without the encouragement, there’s just not enough that’s different to force us to make the jump. Other important alternatives are UC Browser, Brave, or Opera.

Recent changes:

The latest version of Firefox made various security fixes and added Notifications when Firefox blocks crypto miners, a running tally of blocked trackers, integrated breach alerts from Firefox Monitor are now available to users with screen readers and Firefox now suggests saved logins from other subdomains of a site. Finally, Firefox will now ship with new languages such as Tagalog (tl), and Triqui (TRS).

System Requirements for Mozilla Firefox:

Operating System
Window's 7 and Later

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