Finding Mozilla Firefox Update Setup For Windows 7

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What are the features of Mozilla Firefox? What is the difference between it and Google Chrome? Where do I find the Mozilla Firefox Update setup for Windows 7?

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Finding Mozilla Firefox Update Setup For Windows 7

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The features are that it provides private browsing with protection against tracking, uses less computer memory and the user interface is designed smartly and gorgeous to look at, it includes smart Bookmarks, spell checking, a download manager, Geolocation, and incremental find and much more. The main difference that makes it better than Chrome is that it uses 30 percent less memory which can be a huge factor for systems with less RAM. To manually update the browser;

1. Click the menu button and click help

2. Select About Firefox

3. The About Firefox window will open, and it will start checking for updates and downloads automatically.

4. Click restart to update Firefox after the downloads finish installing
If the update does not start automatically, then you can download it from the official Mozilla Firefox website.

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Finding Mozilla Firefox Update Setup For Windows 7

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Mozilla Firefox or just Firefox is a free, open source web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation and the Mozilla Corporation, its subsidiary. The web browser is available for Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, Android, and iOS. The development of Firefox started in 2002 by Mozilla community members using the name “Phoenix” who wanted a standalone web browser instead of using the Mozilla Application Suite bundle.

Firefox depends on a strong extension system that allows users to modify the browser based on their needs instead of providing all features in the native distribution. This prevents interface bloat and ships a somewhat smaller core that is customizable to meet every user’s needs. This also allows corporate or institutional extensions to meet their varying policies.

Though Google Chrome and the Opera browser also support an extension system, their extensions are quite fewer in number as of late 2013. Firefox applies a proprietary protocol from Google called “safebrowsing” which is not an open standard. If you love using the Firefox browser, download the latest Mozilla Firefox web browser.

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