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A powerful, new engine that’s built for rapidfire performance. Better, faster page loading that uses less computer memory. Gorgeous design and smart features for intelligent browsing.

Now 2x faster
Crazy powerful browser engine? Check. Less time waiting around for pages to load? Also, check. Firefox Quantum is twice as fast as Firefox was before.

30% lighter than Chrome
Less memory usage means more space for your computer to keep running smoothly. Your other programs will thank you.

Smooth browsing
Whether you’ve opened 10 or 1000, switching between tabs is faster than ever with Firefox’s new, responsive engine.

Seriously Private Browsing
The most powerful private browsing mode with added tracking protection.

  • Firefox blocks online trackers while you browse and won’t remember your history after you’re done.
  • Some ads have hidden trackers that follow you online. Rude. We know. That’s why our powerful tool stops them cold.
  • By blocking some ads and scripts that bog down browsing, pages load up to 44% faster. Now that’s a win-win.

Screenshots
Uncomplicate screenshots. Take and share them directly from Firefox. That means no more searching for mysterious file names on your computer.

Gaming & VR
Engineered for next-gen gaming, Firefox has built-in support for WASM and WebVR. No additional installation needed!




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