Firefox Aurora

  • Updated on 14/12/18

Although it is in beta version, it is interesting to note that Aurora can be installed next to the stable version of Firefox and work without affecting its performance. This will allow you to test the parallel version of the final version of Firefox. We therefore warn you that it is intended for experienced users or website developers who want to access new browser features.

With a new feature, Mozilla Firefox Aurora will allow you to avoid any unintentional closing of your browser when a plugin like QuickTime Player crashes. Indeed, it has the ability to isolate the plugins in a separate process allowing you to continue your surfing in complete peace of mind. In addition, it will allow you to improve the use of your system’s RAM and the stability of the Flash player. Using state-of-the-art technology, the HSTS protocol automatically opens all sites via SSL only and the Direct2D process offers you hardware acceleration.

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