Firefox 62.0 Beta 3
Management of browser add-ons in Mozilla Firefox
Mozilla Firefox is a fast, lightweight and tidy open source web browser. At its public launch in 2004, Mozilla Firefox was the first browser to challenge the dominance of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Since then, Mozilla Firefox regularly ranks among the top 3 most popular browsers in the world. The key features that made Mozilla Firefox so popular are the simple and effective user interface, browser speed and powerful security capabilities. The browser is particularly popular with developers thanks to its open source development and its active community of advanced users.
Mozilla has put a lot of resources into creating a simple but effective user interface aimed at making navigation faster and easier. They created the tab structure that has been adopted by most other browsers. In recent years, Mozilla has also focused on maximizing the navigation area by simplifying the Toolbar Controls with just a Firefox button (which contains the parameters and options) and the Previous / Next buttons. The URL area offers a direct search on Google, as well as an automatic prediction / history function called Awesome Bar. On the right side of the URL box, you'll find bookmarks, history, and refresh buttons. To the right of the URL box is a search box that allows you to customize your search engine options. Apart from that, a view button controls what you see under the URL. Beside that, you have download history and home buttons.
Firefox was the first browser to introduce a private browsing function that allows you to use the Internet more anonymously and more securely. The history, searches, passwords, downloads, cookies and cached content are all deleted at the stop. Minimize the risks that another user steals your identity or finds confidential information. Content security, anti-phishing technology and anti-virus / malware integration ensure that your browsing experience is as safe as possible.
Customization and development
One of the best features of the Firefox user interface is the customization. Simply right-click on the navigation toolbar to customize the individual components or simply drag and drop the items you want to move. Firefox's built-in Add-On Manager lets you discover and install add-ons in the browser, as well as view ratings, recommendations, and descriptions. Learn more about the best recommended modules for Mozilla Firefox . Thousands of customizable themes let you customize the look of your browser. Authors and site developers can create advanced content and applications with the help of Mozilla's open source platform and improved API.
Warning: As of version 53.0, Windows XP and Vista are no longer supported.