Mozilla Firefox Reviews

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A great browser that's lost it's way.

As of 8/6/17 Firefox has begun to collect user data in an attempt to collaborate with Online News Association (A VERY partisan organization,) in an attempt to collect data on "fake news" websites and prevent users from seeing them. There are also rumors that they have teamed up with Piere Omidyar and are providing the information to help with his "fake news" censoring agenda. Mozilla, however, has yet to comment on the supposed relationship as of 10/9/17.

[Edited by ryngak, October 10]

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cancerous rot, and privacy violations are default

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"health" information is enabled by default. This is the opposite of user respect: it should be opt-in.

Mozilla continues to embrace protocols and systems that benefit third party ad networks which whore users' privacy for profit.

NO TRUST

Find a modified, open source, firefox that has the evil and cancer removed like cyberfox or even waterfox.

Mozilla is only a stones throw away from being as evil as chrome: mozilla is phasing out XUL.

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I actually switched to firefox from chrome, just recently. They are doing a good job with performance.

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open source, highly customizable with the best plugins (add-ons)

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Reasons why firefox is better than chrome - Fir...

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post november 2017 update: Mozilla Firefox updated with Quantum which is significantlly faster than Chrome. However, still lacks some things like selecting multiple tabs though via CTRL / Shift clicking.

Reasons why firefox is better than chrome

otherwise chrome has wayyyyyyyy more extensions out there than firefox

[Edited by Kagerjay, November 20]

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Not The Same As It Once Was

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I REALLY liked Firefox back in the day. It was easy to basically have it automatically run many tasks and what not while still keeping things low-impact on the system. Lately though I find that it's almost bloated with other nonsense that it's just hogging bandwith.

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A superb browser that's Open Source and reliable.

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Firefox has been my go to browser for years. Although I disagree with some aspects like them integrating Pocket and a couple of GUI changes, I still find it to be the best browser out there for a number of reasons. I won't touch Chrome due to Google's privacy stance. Firefox all the way for me. Reliable, great addons, Open Source, Multi platform. Top notch.

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It's fast, simple and it's more lightweight than chrome and chromium.
It doesn't insist on features I don't want, like some other browsers :/
Plus, Its size is a little smaller than other competing browsers.
It has all the features I need !

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Welcome back default browser!

I tried a lot of different browsers after being quite disappointed with firefox in the last years. After the quantum Update I wanted to check again how firefox is doing, and I have to say: It is doing well! Nice speed, quick loading times, good overall look and feel. Simple but elegant. I will stick to it as my default browser. This review might get an update once I hit borders/bugs.

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It´s the best web browser and with each update gives best performance I recomend

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It's open source, safe, customizable, resource-saving

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Mozilla has really done it: Firefox is fast again.

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Firefox quantum is faster than other browsers!

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Firefox is the best browser if you care about privacy. They actually let you decide what you want to share and what not. Performance wise, Firefox isn't as fast as it's competitors which are mostly based on Chromium, but Mozilla promised that Firefox will be much faster after the release of Firefox 57/58. So what's holding you back from protecting your privacy?

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