Today, Mozilla Firefox is losing ground to Google Chrome. But in spite of that fact, Mozilla still prides itself on a remarkable year of achievements. With billions of add-ons downloaded and the Firefox Android app being voted as one of the best apps of the year, it’s easy to see why Mozilla would be proud.
With nearly 100 supported languages and Facebook Messenger Integration in Firefox 13, the team at Mozilla continues to tweak and improve the browser with every release.
But the most important improvement for fast PC users over the past year has been the fact that Firefox is now 50% faster but uses 25% less memory than ever before. Faster performance + less memory usage? You’ve gotta like that.
Mozilla recently released an infographic highlighting the company’s achievements over the past year. Check out that infographic here:
Although Firefox might not be the world’s fastest browser (that title is reserved for Chrome), it’s certainly one of the most functional and feature-rich browsers available today. Download the latest version of Firefox today by clicking here.