Firefox – Massive Changes by Year End . .

As some our our members may already know, Firefox is undergoing significant change this year. By the end of 2017 . . when version 57 rolls out, the changes will be fully implemented.

Essentially, Firefox is moving to the same technology as Google’s Chrome browser (and the open source version of that – – “Chromium”).

Lot’s of reasons for that – too long for this format, but bottom line, it’s just better.

Here’s some additional info below:

One thought on “Firefox – Massive Changes by Year End . .”

  1. Looking forward to it! I’ve all but stopped using Mozilla, since they have never been able to close the door on the malware patch.js problem. Never been infected, just annoyed and it’s been going on for over a year+.

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