Mozilla releases new browser, Firefox Quantum

Mozilla releases new browser, Firefox Quantum

Mozilla releases new browser, Firefox Quantum

The new Firefox browser comes with a sleek new UI which offers a better experience for users and lets them carry out multiple tasks in a faster way.

The browser market may about to become a lot more competitive.

This new Quantum browser can be downloaded on your computer.

Firefox Quantum also integrates Pocket, the popular bookmarking extension which Mozilla acquired the developer of earlier this year. The most significant change is the introduction of a new multi-process architecture that allows code to run in parallel and improves memory consumption.

The new Firefox deal could boost Google's already massive share of the web-search market.

Interested users can download Quantum here, and Mozilla will automatically import their bookmarks, auto fill data, passwords, and history from their previous browser. Firefox Quantum also includes native support for WASM and WebVR to empire next generation gaming.

Pocket, the read-later client, enjoys an even deeper integration in Firefox Quantum, surfacing recommendations alongside your most visited pages. Mozilla says that the browser is for those people who surf the internet by quickly switching through various tabs, which basically makes nearly everyone.

Chrome's U.S. market share has since doubled to about 60 percent, according to data from analytics provider StatCounter, with Mozilla, Apple Inc and Microsoft Corp browsers capturing the rest.

Firefox Quantum is now available on Windows, Mac and Linux.

Google Chrome now has almost 60% market share against Firefox's 13%. The redesign is part of a larger Mozilla initiative, called Photon, to unify and modernize the appearance of everything Firefox. Mozilla is planning a number of online and offline campaign gimmicks including the TV and digital video ads, Firefox Fast Ferry in New York, Firefox Fast Pass, podcast IRL, and a Glass Room pop-up.

"You should feel good about using Firefox because it contributes to Mozilla, which contributes to a healthy internet", said Mozilla's chief marketing officer, Jascha Kaykas-Wolff. Still, Quantum seems to be a step forward for the Mozilla Foundation and Firefox itself.

Google is the new default search provider in the United States and Canada.

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