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Mozilla will finally add multi-process support to Firefox 48

As of this writing, Firefox’s multi-process implementation (dubbed Electrolysis, aka e10s), will roll out to a select group of beta users testing Firefox 48.If the initial testers find no problems, the feature will be enabled on more and more systems, until it debuts in Firefox 48 in roughly six weeks.

Microsoft claims Edge delivers 70% more battery life than Chrome

Now, Redmond is claiming that Edge can deliver up to 70% more battery life than Google Chrome.Each browser’s performance varies depending on the specifics of the workload, but according to Microsoft, Edge is always the consistent winner.

Microsoft IE and Edge browsers lost some 33 million users last month alone

Microsoft IE and Edge browsers lost some 33 million users last month alone The transition from IE to Edge hasn’t been a particularly successful one for the Windows team and as of last month, the effort has been downright catastrophic.According to a report from Computer World, Microsoft’s combined web browsing efforts of Internet Explorer and Edge have managed to lose some estimated 33 million users as of last month’s tallies.

Mozilla's new logo is 20 years out of date, does nothing to address why people don't use Firefox

Mozilla's new logo is 20 years out of date, does nothing to address why people don't use Firefox Yesterday, Mozilla, the nonprofit organization behind Firefox, announced its new “brand experience” and visual guidelines.I respect that Mozilla wanted a logo that was easy for people to mash up and use.

Mozilla gives up on Firefox OS, its mobile-turned IoT operating system

Mozilla gives up on Firefox OS, its mobile-turned IoT operating system Released in 2013, Firefox OS was supposed to pick up where webOS left off, with a mobile operating system built on open web standards like HTML5.As part of a company refocus on the Firefox web browser, Mozilla recently laid off 50 members who worked on Firefox OS development and projects unrelated to the browser, according to CNET.

Battle of the browsers: Edge vs. Chrome vs. Firefox vs. Opera vs. Vivaldi

Battle of the browsers: Edge vs. Chrome vs. Firefox vs. Opera vs. Vivaldi More: How to block pop-up ads in Google Chrome Bottom line, Chrome is fast, free, and light.You’re probably using Chrome or Firefox Firefox is a comfortable, familiar old standby.