Mozilla has unveiled version 57 of its browser, dubbed Firefox Quantum, which comes with a new UI, vastly improved CSS engine, shorter load times, less RAM utilization and much more.
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Say goodbye to Project Quantum, and hello to Firefox Quantum. That's right, Mozilla's new Firefox is right around the corner and you can grab the beta build right now to give it a go.
Mozilla has launched a new logo for its Nightly web browser. Firefox 57 is currently on the Nightly branch so the new logo will probably ship at the same time that release becomes publicly available.
Mozilla has released Firefox 54, which comes with multi-process switched on for all users. The new feature moves Firefox from using a single process to multiple processes helping to prevent crashing.
Mozilla is working on a new performance preference for its settings menu which should come with or before the launch of the new Photon UI. The tab will let users alter the number of content processes.
Mozilla is expected to roll out a new user interface with Firefox 57. The Photon UI does away with the curvy tabs and introduces other new features including a centred URL bar and new tab page.