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What is Mozilla Firefox?
Firefox is the highly popular free web browser that more than 500 million people worldwide are using to surf and interact with the Internet. Firefox is available for Linux, Mac, Windows, handheld devices, and in more than 70 different languages.
What is Mozilla Thunderbird?
Thunderbird is a free email application that’s easy to set up and customize – and it’s loaded with great features!
You may currently be using Internet Explorer, but Firefox is faster which means that you don’t waste time waiting for web pages to load. With a strong focus on your online security and privacy, Firefox helps to protect your personal information and activities from being seen and exploited while you surf the Internet.
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Largely developed by the Mozilla Foundation, Firefox is an open-source Web browser available on Windows, Mac, and Linux. It is the second most popular Web browser on the Internet as of 2013. The browser has a number of unique features designed to enhance the browsing experience.
Firefox is the only open-source Web browser among the most used browsers on the Web as of March 2013. The open-source nature of Firefox enables developers from all over the world to contribute code to the browser and extend the functionality of Firefox with add-ons and themes. Firefox is also aggressively committed to open Web technologies and is often among the first to support new and advanced features offered by HTML5, CSS3 and other Web technology.
Add-ons and Personas
Firefox is one of the most easily customized browsers thanks to its extensive library of add-ons and personas. Add-ons are small bits of code that can extend the functionality of Firefox in an almost infinite number of ways. From blocking advertisements and Flash content to integrating social networks and email, to assisting Web developers to debug and review live code, add-ons offer you the ability to configure Firefox exactly as you like it. If you want to change the look and feel of the Firefox interface, just navigate to the personas library to browse the thousands of free themes available for Firefox.
Firefox was on the forefront of the tabbed browsing revolution and it remains ahead of the curve in many ways. Tab Groups is a built-in feature that offers a simple way to cluster your tabs into different categories. This is particularly useful if you have a large number of tabs open, as it cuts down on the clutter in the tab bar. Another way to cut down on tab bar clutter is to employ the App Tabs functionality. With a simple right-click, you can reduce commonly used tabs to just the favicon so it uses less space. This is especially useful if you keep email or Facebook always open in one tab, as you likely do not need to see the full website title for those tabs.
Firefox features a number of tools designed to prevent malicious websites from causing harm. In particular, Firefox features a pop-up blocker, anti-phishing and anti-malware warnings that are updated 48 times per day to prevent you from accessing fraudulent websites and thorough website identity information that is easily accessible from the address bar, making it easy to validate a website before you enter private information. Firefox was also one of the first browsers to offer a private browsing mode that instructs the browser to discard all website data, including cookies and cache, once browsing is complete.