Firefox is a popular open-source web browser developed by Mozilla. It is known for its commitment to user privacy, security, and customization. With comparable features to other browsers like Safari, Chrome and Edge, it’s a great alternative if you don’t want to be stuck in your device’s software ecosystem.

Pros & Cons

Feature-rich browsing and optional experimental features
Enhanced Tracking Protection blocks trackers that collect user data across websites
Strict privacy settings to control data sharing
Open source - users and developers can review and contribute to its development
A wide range of add-ons and extensions, allowing users to personalize their browsing experience
Firefox can sometimes consume a significant amount of system resources
Smaller market share compared to other major browsers
Third-party app support is not as extensive as that of other browsers

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