Mozilla Firefox Quantum Is Browser's Biggest Update Since 2004 Debut

Mozilla Firefox Quantum Is Browser's Biggest Update Since 2004 Debut

Mozilla Firefox Quantum Is Browser's Biggest Update Since 2004 Debut

If you're a Chrome user (or a Lifehacker reader), you're probably aware of how much memory the web browser uses. A lot of work has been done, such as implementing the new CSS engine written in Rust programming language, adding parallel processing capabilities to leverage multi-core CPUs which are a common sight nowadays.

Mozilla says that Firefox Quantum will feel speedier when you browse your favorite websites, thanks to faster page loading, smoother scrolling, and a more responsive user interface.

Quantum is also designed for heavy browsing with multiple tabs or windows.

Did you ditch Firefox a while ago after feeling that it was slowing down compared to rival browsers like Chrome? Mozilla says that Quantum represents major changes to the browser's most basic components, including its CSS and JavaScript engines.

Mozilla has released Firefox Quantum, a browser that it claims is twice as fast as the original Firefox and faster than Google Chrome on certain sites.

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"No. I just can't see it at this point", said Jack Gold, principal analyst at J. Gold Associates. The biggest selling point, though, is the sheer speed of its latest update to the browser.

What are your views on Firefox Quantum?

"Anyone who downloads this version, which is so advanced we call it "Firefox Quantum", simply can't help but notice the speed, performance improvements, and the responsively slick new UI", wrote David Bryant in a Medium post Tuesday. It took a year for Firefox to finish the undertaking.

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