I used it in beta on notebook PC, it's still slow though there are some tool and new features such as Web developer, Firefox health report and some extension or add-ons more complicated but Indeed quite useful and also display updates, The Firefox Quantum still weighs its app size by consuming 126 MB, I don't know because I used Win 32 bytes, maybe it does not happen on Win 64 bytes, on Android because I am Indonesian, I use Firefox Rocket and it is very simple, it does not have many tools, only there is turbo mode and clear browsing data, but I hope also add-ons feature, I admit Firefox is indeed also has the best browser such as also Google.
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017Yeah, if about 20% of market share counts as irrelevant.Seems to be less than 15%, although i thought it's smaller:
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017That's why you should force enable the multiprocess in Firefox. It is very fast and stable. ... moreI did enable multiprocess, but it didn't make much difference and still a freezing site used to freeze the whole interface/browser (Not to mention it shouldn't have freeze in the first place).
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017Nope i used it until 55 and i always had huge lags and freezes (On fresh installations includi... moreThat's why you should force enable the multiprocess in Firefox. It is very fast and stable.
Firefox has a lot of important addons with worse or non-existent alternatives on Chrome. For example the addons that I have mentioned in my previous comment (Findbar Tweak is better than Chrome's own feature). Even the Ublock is better in Firefox, because it supports script tag blocking, while Chrome doesn't support it.
Firefox for Android is the only one browser for mobile that can be configured to always open all pages in desktop mode (other browsers can only change user agent, while Firefox can change the viewport with this about:config setting: layout.css.devPixelsPerPx ). You can use USI addon and an user script that changes floating elements to static. And you can use Adobe Flash too. This is the only one browser that allows disabling HTML5 content ( media.webm.enabled ).
Highly disappointed so far. Extensions are broken including No-Script.I will give it a couple of days and check if it is still available if not i'm going back. I hate how pages look without no-script. Full of advertisements and useless crap
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017Firefox 52 ESR with force-enabled multiprocess and Classic Theme Restorer, Classic Toolbar But... moreNope i used it until 55 and i always had huge lags and freezes (On fresh installations including). Happens very rarely under Chrome and it never forces me to restart the whole browser - just killing tab's process.
I can also name a few extentions with worse or non-existent alternatives on firefox.
Split-screen/tile-window functionality is better under Chrome-based. I also have an extension for changing audio devices for selected tab - no alternative under Firefox.
And that was before the web extension switch.
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017Chrome-based browsers (Not Chrome) are very customizeabele even without the extentions. I was ... moreFirefox 52 ESR with force-enabled multiprocess and Classic Theme Restorer, Classic Toolbar Buttons and Findbar Tweak addons is much much better than Google Chrome.
Carol, 15 Nov 2017Well, let's talk about privacy;), shall we? And chrome was never more customizable then firefo... moreMozilla has destroyed Firefox customization with WebExtensions. Firefox is nothing more than a Chrome Clone both feature-wise and UI-wise.
Firefox 52 ESR is an exception. It's the perfect Firefox version and browser. And it remains that forever.
Carol, 15 Nov 2017Well, let's talk about privacy;), shall we? And chrome was never more customizable then firefo... moreChrome-based browsers (Not Chrome) are very customizeabele even without the extentions. I was stubborn with Firefox exactly because i thought it's more customizable. Well when i spent more time trying to find alternative extensions for Chrome-based browsers i actually managed to make it even more convenient than Firefox. And that was before Firefox switched to web extentions. Now it has much poorer customizability.
The only thing lacking is Chrome is interface customization. But aside from the bookmark bar, there's not much to customize anyway. Interface is already compact enough and doesn't waste space, also you can have all the extension buttons of course.
I don't see how Firefox is worthy anymore. The only people who insisted on using it were the ones who wanted maximum flexibility and it's now gone with the web extensions.
Sean, 15 Nov 2017LOL! XD 1200 websites. Who knows that much websites?Maybe he opend 1200 tabs of a single website
It's really fast...
than older version even in slow connection
This is true. I tried it with two laptops and is indeed faster especially with sites plenty of images. I am die hard Chrome user which I started using the since it became available
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017Chrome-based browsers are alredy blazing fast and working perfectly on my PC with dated AMD cp... moreWell, let's talk about privacy;), shall we? And chrome was never more customizable then firefox. Never!!! Firefox has millions of extensions, only that is already above chrome. Plus the neutral customization ways. Firefox is for people.
Ramouz, 15 Nov 2017It is when you work with 30 tabs. I used to use it over 10 years ago and loved it. Switched to... moreOn new machines is really fast now, faster then never. I was a beta tester fir a couple of Months. This released version seems even faster. I will neve let fo to this guys. They need to stay up, chrome i never used and will never use. Google in general is something to avoid at all costs in general. In the mean time duckduckgo.com has become really good. Firefox with duckduckgo. Script and ads blocker and i have a decent browsing experience:).
Using it right now and I can attest to the fact that the internet is a bit faster.