Mozilla Firefox is one of the most popular browsers on the internet and it rivals with other top applications of the same kind, providing constant updates in order to maintain a good profile. Lately, the tool has been ported to Android devices and this way, users can easily synchronize data between gadgets and computers in order to make better use of bookmarks, login credentials and other various features. A PDF reader is also available and users can directly open such a document in a new file, having access to a few dedicated tools that increase the flexibility of such files.
The interface of the tool is clean and the minimalist design has been chosen, as other competitors introduced the same kind of appearance, too. This way, most of the space is available for browsing web pages while the upper area of the screen is reserved for the search box, for the opened tabs and also for bookmarks that require quick access. The menu button also provides access to under-the-hood features that can increase the performance of the privacy degree of the browser. Here, users can manage various extensions that have been installed, they can clean up the history or they can sync the account with other devices.
Tens of tabs can be opened using this browser without major performance issues, and the load times of each page are kept at a minimum, despite various add-ons that might be installed. Instead of the classic search tool, users can opt to only search through the history in order to find various visited links. Security is a serious matter and because of this, Firefox will briefly scan each accessed website in order to prevent users from visiting malicious websites. The downloads are also scanned and people are informed about various malware that might threaten the PC.