Users on 64-bit Windows who download Firefox can get our 64-bit version by default. That means you get a more secure version of Firefox, one that also crashes a whole lot less. How much less? In our tests so far, 64-bit Firefox reduced crashes by 39% on machines with 4GB of RAM or more.
Mozilla Firefox is an open-source browser, which launched in 2004. Its simple and easy to use, with an excellent UI and in-built features. It is a popular browser with developers and has an active community of users. Firefox is available to download on a number of devices, including desktop, mobile, tablets, even the Amazon Firestick TV.
What are the main features of Mozilla Firefox?
Some features include tabbed browsing, spell checking tool, incremental search, live bookmarking, download manager, private browsing, and geolocation. Tabbed browsing makes it easy and quick to work on multiple windows at the same time. The in-built spell check tool is great for writing and content editing. Incremental search gives suggestions and gives back queries that are related to our search.
Bookmarking helps us organise the preferred websites more, and Firefox does it efficiently. Firefox offers the feature of Smart Bookmarks, which allows users to visit their most frequently used websites on the toolbar. Geolocation allows the search to show results based on your geographical location, which helps throw up more relevant searches. The download manager organises and shows downloads you make through the browser. Apart from the in-built add-ons, add-ons created by 3rd party developers can also be added to Firefox.