Firefox Quantum is here. Firefox’s new web browser is the most interesting thing to happen in the browsing space in a long time, and, yes, it will let you run all the tabs you want. But there’s one obstacle standing in Firefox’s way to greatness, and that’s Google’s browsing behemoth, Chrome.
Since its debut in 2008, Chrome has cemented itself as the web browser of choice for anyone who knows better than to use the default — a title that used to belong to Firefox. Over time, thanks to its speed and lack of bloat, Chrome made Firefox irrelevant.
Quantum aims to turn back the tide, partly by hitting Chrome where it hurts: speed. Firefox claims Quantum loads some popular websites twice as fast. …
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