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Best of all of them - it's OpenSource and don't requires registration (you can import/export your feed's into OPML file in case of OS reinstallation), auto updates list and has favicons + highly customizable and intuitive interface. In short - this is a true treasure for FF users.

[Edited by zilvins, October 31]

UPDATE_2019-07-15: Since Mozilla ended support for legacy Add-Ons, many possibilities have made their way to an infinite nowhere or other platforms.

Therefore, if you want to be sure that your data will be your's in the future - I recommend using a browser which is fully open source and developed by people who themselves want to keep their data.

For me, Palemoon from Moonchild Productions¹ was a great choice in terms of a feature rich Browser which is efficient, fast, has many basic fixes even the newest firefox hasn't² and overall feels like the developers themselves using their own browser.
What also seems to be a good alternative is Waterfox.³ It aims to be very fast, disabling many tecnologies in order to protect cross-site and other tracking technologies. Although I haven't tested it yet but will definitely do so as time allows!

  • ¹ Moonchild Productions also developed the basilisk - browser: https://www.basilisk-browser.org/
  • ² I mean those little fixes like the category 'containing folder path' in bookmarks. Without in Firefox it was horrible to manage Bookmarks cause when you search you can find bookmarks but not where they are… ..also, palemoon has the old settings - dialogue which has it's own window and many more possibilities to manage site restrictions (not those crappy "fixes" in Firefox which are not performant or clean […])
  • ³ Small Waterfox iconWaterfox https://www.waterfox.net/

If you have questions, ideas or information for me, I'd love to hear from you (Telegram, per Message; ? other platforms on request)