Mozilla has launched the latest version of its popular web browser Firefox, which now has hit version 13. With this device, Mozilla has redesigned the home page of the web browser the Home Page now includes icons at the bottom of the page to give you easy access to bookmarks, history, settings, add-ons, downloads and sync preferences with one-click shortcuts. Also Read - Instagram Reels will now show ads
In addition to this, Mozilla has also revamped the tab experience as the user will now see thumbnails for the most frequently and recently visited websites like competing web browsers like Google Chrome. Also Read - Windows 11 could be a free upgrade for you provided you fall in this category
As far as memory optimizations are concerned, Firefox 13 now loads the web page being viewed by the user first while restoring a session and then loads the background tabs when the user clicks on them which helps Firefox start faster and use less memory. Also Read - Dell Inspiron 13, 14 and 15 series laptops launched in India: New prices, specs and more
Firefox now supports SPYD by default for more secure browsing which is the successor the HTTP protocol and reduces down time while loading web pages. This extra speed will be noticeable when one loads SPYD enabled sites like Google or Twitter.