Windows 10: Latest Firefox Released for Windows

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  1.    13 Dec 2016 #331

    I've officially had to defect over to Chr......................
    (shhhhh! treason!)

    FF is still my 'girl' though!
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  2.    13 Dec 2016 #332

    OMG! Edwin!!! I am now on Op, *cough*
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  3.    13 Dec 2016 #333

    Edwin said: View Post
    I've officially had to defect over to Chr......................
    (shhhhh! treason!)

    FF is still my 'girl' though!
    Edwin, you disappoint me
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  4.    13 Dec 2016 #334

    elbmek said: View Post
    OMG! Edwin!!! I am now on Op, *cough*
    LOL! Gotta do what ya gotta do!

    DooGie said: View Post
    Edwin, you disappoint me
    I'm disappointed!

    I still love my 'Fire-Foxy' lady but I can't use her on one heavy collab site I'm on.
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       13 Dec 2016 #335

    Edwin said: View Post
    LOL! Gotta do what ya gotta do!



    I'm disappointed!

    I still love my 'Fire-Foxy' lady but I can't use her on one heavy collab site I'm on.
    Maybe her little brother, Cyberfox? looks-feels-acts (kinda) the same, but not as heavy......
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  6.    13 Dec 2016 #336

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    Maybe her little brother, Cyberfox? looks-feels-acts (kinda) the same, but not as heavy......
    Nope, gotta be Chromium based. Vivaldi comes close but glitches on a couple tasks!
    Chrome it is, for now; just wish I could tinker with it more!
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  7.    13 Dec 2016 #337

    I dont use chrome unless I have to, as when I copy and paste info from emails etc it copies background as well - letters have grey backing!
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  8.    22 Dec 2016 #338

    Don't think I've seen this here:
    With Firefox 50, Mozilla has rolled out the first major piece of its new multi-process architecture. Edge, Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Safari all have a multiple process design that separates their rendering engine -- the part of the browser that reads and interprets HTML, CSS, and JavaScript -- from the browser frame. They do this for stability reasons (if the rendering process crashes, it doesn't kill the entire browser) and security reasons (the rendering process can be run in a low-privilege sandbox, so exploitable flaws in the rendering engine are harder to take advantage of). Moreover, these browsers can all create multiple rendering engine processes and use different processes for different tabs. This means that the scope of a crash is narrowed even further, typically to a single tab. Internet Explorer and Chrome both implemented this long ago, in 2009. Firefox, however, has not offered a similar design. Although work on a multi-process browser was started in 2009, under the codename Electrolysis, that work was suspended between 2011 and 2013 as priorities within the organization shifted. In response, Mozilla started switching to a new extension system in 2015 that opened the door to a multi-process design. The first stage of Firefox's move to multi-process involves separating the browser shell from a single rendering process that's used by every tab. In Firefox 48, that feature was enabled for a small number of users who used no extensions. Firefox 49 was rolled out to include users running a limited selection of extensions. Now, in Firefox 50, a separate renderer process is used for most users and most extensions. Developers are now able to mark their extensions as explicitly multi-process compatible. Firefox 51 will extend this even further to cover all extensions, except those that are explicitly marked as incompatible. Mozilla says that, even with the limited changes made in Firefox 50, responsiveness of the browser has improved by 400 percent due to the separation between the renderer and the browser shell. During page loads, responsiveness will increase to 700 percent.

    Firefox Takes the Next Step Towards Rolling Out Multi-Process To Everyone - Slashdot
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  9.    22 Dec 2016 #339

    Thanks Dal ( from Sutton Coldfield)
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  10.    18 Jan 2017 #340

    New 'Compact Light' and 'Compact Dark' default themes coming soon to Firefox 52:

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