Mozilla Firefox keeps your personal info and your online interests away from the bad guys. Simply put, your security is our top priority.
Choose from 5000 free extras to make your Mozilla Firefox browser look and function the way you want. An add-on can be a new time-saving toolbar button, a shortcut to search, a themed look, and more. Add-ons make browsing easier.
• Protect Your Privacy. When you browse, you leave a trail of data that potentially contains all sorts of personal information. We believe this info belongs to you and you alone (and least of all to overzealous advertisers), and have built in features to ensure that’s the case.
• Browse With Security. Whether it’s buying a gift, paying your bills or simply signing in to Facebook, it’s important keep your personal info out of the hands of any online bad guys who might be snooping around. Fortunately, Firefox is packed with advanced security features to help you stay safe.
• Stay In Control. The online world is always changing, which is why we give you easy-to-use tools to let you adapt and make smart choices as you go.
• It’s Part of Firefox Mission. Mozilla is a non-profit organization with the goal of making the Web better for everyone. We’re not trying to make money off our users – we just want you to have the best possible experience online, and that includes keeping you and your personal information safe and private.
Mozilla Firefox Personal Settings:
• Add Style: Personas. Make Firefox match your style! Choose from thousands of Personas designed by users around the world, or create one yourself. With a single click you can dress up your browser however you want.
• Customize: Add-ons. Many of the most popular add-ons are extensions, little extras you download to add more bells & whistles to Firefox. Compare prices, check the weather, listen to music, update your Facebook profile – all built right into the browser!
• Make It Work: Plugins. Plugins are small bits of third-party software built by companies like Adobe Systems or Apple to power videos, animation and games (examples include Flash Player or Quicktime). They can cause browser crashes or pose security risks when they get out of date, so we’ve built an easy tool to help you stay current.
• Adapt Your Interface. The Firefox interface has been designed by a team of experts and tested by a community of millions of users around the world to make sure your browsing is as easy and intuitive as possible. But, everyone has their own specific needs, and you can always adjust the interface to be exactly the way you like it: re-arrange, organize, add or remove buttons or fields to change your browsing experience however you want.
• Stay In Sync. Sync seamlessly connects your desktop and mobile Firefox, so you can access your browsing history, passwords, bookmarks and even open tabs no matter which device you use. Now you can surf the Web on your desktop, get up in the middle of browsing and have your open tabs ready and waiting on your mobile, just as you left them. Your browsing will never be the same!
• Making the Web Faster. Fasten your seat belts! With faster start-up times, rapid graphics rendering and improved page load speed, Firefox is full of major performance enhancements you’ll notice instantly. Upgrades to DOM and Style Resolution performance mean pages load faster, scrolling up and down is smoother, and web applications can run at breakneck speed. It’s an entirely new – and fast – browsing experience.
• Hardware Acceleration. Whether you’re using Windows 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP or Mac OS X with Firefox, you’ll also enjoy hardware acceleration for many common operations, such as watching videos or playing games. Firefox uses a new layers-based graphics system that takes advantage of Direct2D and Direct3D on Windows and OpenGL on Mac to deliver amazing performance even on graphics-heavy sites.
New in v37.0.2 Final:
* Bug 1153381 – Add a D3D11 ANGLE blacklist.
* Bug 1148829 – Backport a safer version of part of bug 1061364 to make transitions stop running the refresh driver after they’ve finished.
* Bug 1144649 – Make CCGraph::AddNodeToMap fallible again.
* Bug 1152022 – Update Readability to github tip.
* Bug 1143299 – Make frame insertion methods deal with aPrevFrame being on an overflow list.
* Bug 1152489 – Prevent getMostRecentHomePanel() from being called on null selectedTab
* Bug 1043612 – Persist the size of resizable in-content subdialogs.
* Bug 1150430 – Set quickshare !visible and !enabled by default.
* Bug 1153262 – Remove length comparison from testReadingListCache.
* Bug 1153193 – Add EXTRA_DEVICES_ONLY flag to share intents.
* Bug 1149136 – Specify a min-width and min-height to avoid flex making things too small.
* Bug 1152703 – Prevent desktop reading list sync errors from preventing sync from starting again.
* Bug 1149230 – In-content preferences: missing padding between labels and learn more links in Advanced -> Data Choices panel.
* Bug 1135344 – Don’t let IPDL use names that are reserved for compilers.
* Bug 1139560 – Update srcset web-platform expectations.
* Bug 1139560 – .currentSrc should be not be nullable.
* Bug 1139560 – Fix srcset parser ‘After descriptor’ state mishandling spaces.