Although Google Chrome maintains its position as one of the most popular browsers, that doesn’t mean it’s the safest or most customizable. Unlike Chrome, Firefox still maintains the speed, security, stability, and customizability that launched its popularity. It also makes it easy to modify your privacy settings, whether through customization options or third-party extensions. Let’s
Firefox is an easily customizable and flexible browser that you can elevate even higher with the right add-ons. Its flexibility is particularly important if you’re a student spending your days and nights doing research. A couple of add-ons and Firefox can help you study more efficiently and maybe even save you some time for leisure.
If you’ve been keeping up with Microsoft Edge, you’ll know that Microsoft has been hard at work making its browser the best it can be. The effort seems to have paid off, as Microsoft Edge has not only overtaking Firefox but is widening the gap. How Microsoft Is Making a Mark With Edge Around February
Mozilla has updated Firefox, and besides the usual security fixes, the headline feature is a revamped address bar. In a nutshell, the new Firefox address bar is designed to make it faster and easier to find what you’re looking for when you search the web. How to Use the New Firefox Address Bar As detailed
You need to update your Firefox right now. This is to patch a zero-day vulnerability that could allow hackers to access your computer. So, if you’re a Firefox user, please update Firefox to the latest available version in order to safeguard your system. Why Do I Need to Update Firefox? Just two days after releasing
Mozilla is offering all Firefox users the chance to delete their personal data. Specifically, telemetry data, which most of the technology industry doesn’t even consider to be personal data. Still, Mozilla is going the extra mile with regards to privacy and security. What Is CCPA? This move has been prompted by the California Consumer Privacy