Mozilla's Firefox Quantum next-generation browser is ready for you to try out
Tuesday, 14 November 2017 () Last fall, Mozilla announced something special: an overhaul of the Firefox browser designed for multi-core, modern PCs. Now it’s here in its final form, under its new name: Firefox Quantum.
Earlier, you could download the beta of Firefox Quantum for Windows, Mozilla said, or try it out on Android or iOS. If you'd prefer to wait for the finished version, it will appear on Nov. 14—for free, of course.
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