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Mozilla Firefox’s Quantum Browser Insanely Fast

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A speed booster browser packs with new features coming to you by Mozilla. It is enough powerful that Mozilla gave it a new name Quantum.

It is available in beta so that you can go by yourself & check as it is the same as Mozilla claim.It is still in Developer Mode

Features

Faster
Use Lesser Memory
Improved Privacy
Open Source

Mozilla Quantum Performace Test
Mozilla Quantum Performace Test

Firefox has been rebuilt from the ground up to be faster and more powerful than ever. This includes a new CSS engine that has state-of-the-art innovations and is blazingly fast.

Quantum CSS and Quantum Render both draw on a Mozilla research project called Servo, a browser engine written with Mozilla’s Rust programming language. Rust includes protections that make software safer from network attacks and make it easier to take advantage of modern machines whose chips have multiple processing cores.

Unfortunately, Quantum CSS will be disabled in Firefox 57 for Android. At the moment, Mozilla intends to ship it in Firefox 58, but that could be subject to change. But several other features from the update, like the new Photon UI and WebExtensions, will be ready.

Mozilla adds new Tracking Protection in the Quantum browser. It is a a new privacy technology to mitigate invasive tracking of users’ online activity by blocking requests to tracking domains. Its evaluation demonstration shows 67.5% reduction in the number of HTTP cookies set during a crawl of the Alexa top 200 news sites. Tracking Protection also enjoys performance benefits of a 44% median reduction in page load time and 39% reduction in data usage in the Alexa top 200 news sites.

Firefox Quantum launches November 14, 2017, Sign up to get launch updates.

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