Mozilla now offers a Quantum browser that’s worth installing again!


Probably you are a big fan of chrome, you switched to it years ago and never looked for other alternatives because it never gave you trouble browsing. Chances are, before you made the switch, you used Firefox or internet Explorer. The mistakes Firefox made was getting slower and heavier with every single update. But times have changed. It’s now time to give Firefox another chance.
Earlier this week, Mozilla launched the first beta of Firefox 57. That doesn’t sound like a big deal, but version 57 is the most important Firefox release in years. It’s the culmination of years of work on many of the moving pieces that the user never sees but that allow the browser to quickly display your Yelp,Gmail inbox or Youtube. To mark the fact that this is such a major release, Mozilla has dubbed this release “Firefox Quantum.”


Honestly, We kinda lost Mozilla as they kept on working with various projects that went nowhere like mobile phone OS, IoT services, creating a built-in video chat service, etc. And at some point they got caught up in some political turmoil and it took a while for it to recover from all of this. 
Mozilla’s engineers were hard at work trying to create something that can keep up with our current technological advancement and google on the other side because Google are dominating now, they are the monopolizing the web. Some of the Mozilla's projects are coming to fruition. Building these took longer than expected but with Quantum, Mozilla now offers a browser that’s worth installing again.

Many of the updates in Quantum come from Mozilla’s experimental Servo browser and engine which was written in Rust, systems programming language that is claimed to run blazingly fast and this programming language Mozilla developed for exactly this kind of use case.
Lets get into details now, Firefox Quantum is so potential as it can now take full advantage of multiple CPU cores, which means web pages will render fast. this also means Firefox now uses far less memory and it is claimed to use less memory than Chrome itself
By the way their new interface is nice.The new interface focuses on simplicity and speed (just like chrome). you can still customize from the default interface, but that interface will now also look good on high-DPI screens and work better on laptops with touch screens.
So, the question is, Can Mozilla beat Chrome this time?