Firefox is a free, open-source internet browser. It is very popular, due especially to its speed and ease of use. Firefox can be used on desktops, laptops and mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, and is compatible with Windows, OS X, Linux, as well as Android and Firefox OS. Firefox is available in 79 different languages and is regularly being improved and updated.
It is often preferred by programmers and gamers, as it offers a very large range of add-on options. This gives Firefox a great degree of versatility, allowing users to tailor their online browsing experience to a much greater degree than they would normally be able to. Firefox has many special options that improve the users browsing experience. Among these are secure private browsing, reliable antivirus and malware protection, regular security updates, tabs, spell check, one-click website information (which gives the user information on a specific website just by clicking on the address on the address bar), smart location bar (which allows users to go back to visited websites), virtual sticky notes, and more. Firefox also has an automatic session restore feature, which allows you to carry on where you were before after the browser was closed and restarted.
Mozilla Firefox 49.0.1
Mozilla Firefox has set itself apart from the competition from the outset. Firefox is an open-source not-for-profit enterprise, built by its users, and available for anyone to use. The browser was built not to make a profit, but because its programmers thought that they could do better than its predecessors, Google and Microsoft. Firefox has an extremely active community of contributors, building extensions and improving the user experience. These people volunteer their time, and do not attempt to make money using advertising or paid products. This community is a great asset to Firefox, often making improvements and add-ons before rivals. What the user is left with is an amazingly adaptable browser with huge potential, updated all the time, on a completely open platform.