Mozilla continues working on more improvements for its star product: the free and open source browser, Firefox. Among its main features are the option of being able to browse several websites at the same time thanks to its tab system, all while supporting most existing web standards as well as offering a personalized experience thanks to its extensions, add-ons, and themes that have been created by the community and which allow you to expand its functions.
With the release of each newer version the tool has run more and more smoothly, allowing it to compete head to head with its main competitors. Each newer version of Firefox has definitely presented important changes and improved its service, allowing it to no longer be seen as a simple alternative to Internet Explorer and Google Chrome and to become the main choice for millions of users around the world. FIREFOX MAKES IT TO VERSION 54, MOZILLA DUBS IT “THE BEST FIREFOX”Mozilla has announced the latest update to its popular web browser. Firefox is now up to version number 54 with changes that, according to the company, make it “the best Firefox in history” thanks to an important performance tweak in the form of multiprocess support when loading tabs. This change should make the browser work better than ever without it involving an increase in RAM use. Read more FIREFOX VERSION 52 IS OUT AND GETS RID OF SEVERAL PLUGINS LIKE JAVAOnce upon a time the most popular desktop browser was Internet Explorer, a sort of Dark Age when there appeared not to be much else in the way of choice. Then Firefox came on the scene and changed everything. Bit by bit it ate into Microsoft’s share of the browser market to the point of becoming the most used alternative. But that reign was short-lived, too, given how Google fell over itself to make Chrome a point of reference. Even still, Firefox keeps getting updates and improving, as we’re seeing again in its version 52, one that brings interesting novelties and changes, like abandoning plugins such as Java or Silverlight. A change whose time had come. Read more 10 FREE OPEN SOURCE APPS FOR ANDROIDThough most Android apps are free, that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re open source or freely distributed. There are tons of quality alternatives to the most popular commercial apps out there. Open source apps are by their very nature more secure and customizable than others of vaguer origins. The website Droid-Break has compiled the best free open source apps for Android. These are some of our faves from among its recommendations. Read more