Mozilla continues to work on new enhancements to its flagship product: the free and open source browser Firefox. Among its main features is the possibility of simultaneously browsing through several pages through its tab system, supporting most of the existing web standards, in addition to offering a personalized experience thanks to the extensions, add-ons and themes created by the community with which expand its functionalities.
Work has also continued on page loading speed and resource consumption to avoid excessive use of memory from previous releases. With each new version, the fluidity of the tool improves substantially, competing head-to-head with its main rivals.
In short, each new version of Firefox presents important changes and further optimizes the service, having ceased to be an alternative to Internet Explorer or Google Chrome to become the first choice for millions of users around the world.
As Mozilla announced a few months ago, today, November 14, the new Firefox 57 has just been launched on the stable channel both in its desktop version and for mobile devices, the main novelty of which is to incorporate a new rendering engine that improves substantially loading speed and browser performance. After passing through the beta channel, its client for Android is now available to everyone.