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No shady privacy policies or back doors for advertisers. Just a lightning fast browser that doesn’t sell you out.
Mac OS X Lion 10.7.5. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon. To install Firefox on a Windows XP system, because of Windows restrictions, the user will have to download Firefox 43.0.1 and then update to the current release. From Firefox 53 planned for April 2017, Windows XP/Vista/Server 2008 are no longer supported.
Latest Firefox features
Pop a video out of the browser window so you can stream and multitask.
Expanded Dark Mode
Take it easy on your eyes every time you go online.
An extra layer of protection
DNS over HTTPS (DoH) helps keep internet service providers from selling your data.
Do what you do online.
Firefox Browser isn’t watching.
How Firefox compares to other browsers
Get all the speed and tools with none of the invasions of privacy. Firefox Browser collects so little data about you, we don’t even require your email address to download. That’s because unlike other browsers, we have no financial stake in following you around the web.
|Blocks third-party tracking cookies by default|
|Blocks social trackers|
|In-browser screenshot tool|
We block the ad trackers. You explore the internet faster.
Ads are distracting and make web pages load slower while their trackers watch every move you make online. The Firefox Browser blocks most trackers automatically, so there’s no need to dig into your security settings.
Firefox is for everyone
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Available in over 90 languages, and compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux machines, Firefox works no matter what you’re using or where you are. Make sure your operating system is up to date for the best experience.
Put Firefox on all your devices
Take your privacy with you everywhere. Firefox Browsers for iOS and Android have the same strong privacy settings to block trackers from following you around the web, no matter where you are.
Do it all with Firefox
Search smarter, faster
- Search from address bar
- Search engine options
- Smart search suggestions
- Bookmark, history and open tab in results
Boost your productivity
- Works with Google products
- Built-in screenshot tool
- Bookmarks manager
- Autosuggest URLs
- Sync across devices
- Reader mode
- Spell check
- Pinned Tabs
Stream, share and play
- Block Autoplay of video & audio
- Curated content on new tab
- Share links
Protect your privacy
- Third Party Cookie Blocking
- Cryptominer Blocking
- Private Browsing mode
- Individual protections report
Secure your personal info
- Breached website alerts
- Built-in password manager
- Clear history
- Form autofill
- Automatic updates
Customize your browser
- Dark mode
- Library of extensions
- Adjust search bar settings
- Change new tab layout
Make Firefox your own
Extensions for every interest
From security to news to gaming, there’s an extension for everyone. Add as many as you want until your browser is just right.
Change up your look
Go from light mode to dark mode depending on your mood or preference, or liven things up with a custom theme (rainbow unicorn, perhaps).
Tweak your settings
There’s no need to settle. Change up the new tab page, search bar, bookmarks and more to explore the internet the way you want.
Backed by the non-profit that puts people first
Challenging the status quo since 1998
Firefox was created by Mozilla as a faster, more private alternative to browsers like Internet Explorer, and now Chrome. Today, our mission-driven company and volunteer community continue to put your privacy above all else.
Your privacy comes first
As the internet grows and changes, Firefox continues to focus on your right to privacy — we call it the Personal Data Promise: Take less. Keep it safe. No secrets. Your data, your web activity, your life online is protected with Firefox.
Keep all your favorite browser features — and discover new ones.
Works with Google products
All your favorite Google tools (like Gmail and Docs) work seamlessly in the Firefox Browser.
Download this browser extension to stop Facebook (and Instagram) from tracking you around the web.
Sync your devices
Firefox is available on all your devices; take your tabs, history and bookmarks with you. All you need is a Firefox account.
Grab a high-resolution image of anything online with our screenshot tool built right in the browser
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Enhanced Tracking Protection (ETP)
Firefox automatically blocks many third party trackers from collecting and selling your web activity.
From watching a web tutorial to keeping an eye on your favorite team, your video follows you while you multitask.
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Get Firefox Browser for iOS
Download the Firefox mobile browser for automatic protection on all your devices.
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You’ve already got the browser. Now get even more from Firefox.
Watch for hackers with Firefox Monitor, protect passwords with Firefox Lockwise, and more.
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On August 2, 2016, Firefox 48.0 was released. It is scheduled to be replaced by Firefox 49.0 on September 13, 2016. At that point, Mac users using OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.7 Lion, and 10.8 Mountain Lion will be left behind by the current versions of Firefox. It will be a sad day, as Firefox is the last major browser to support Mac OS X 10.6 through 10.8.
But it’s not all bad news. Firefox has given us Mac support longer than Google’s Chrome browser, which left us behind in April 2016. And in comparison to Apple’s Safari browser, Chrome and Firefox have been downright generous. Safari 5.1.10 was the last version for OS X 10.6, and that arrived on September 12, 2013. Safari 6.1.6, the final revision for OS X 10.7, was unleashed on August 13, 2014, and 6.2.8, the last version for OS X 10.8, a year later on August 13, 2015.
Chrome gave Snow Leopard users 2-1/2 years more support than Apple did, Lion users 20 months more, and Mountain Lion 8 months. When Firefox 49.0 arrives, Snow Leopard users will have had 3 years more support by Firefox than Safari gave them. Lion users, 25 months, and Mountain Lion holdouts, 13 months.
Outdated Does Not Mean Obsolete
Fear mongers will insist on running the latest version of browser on a fully up-to-date operating system with the belief that anything else puts you at risk. The truth is, there are unknown risks in the latest software. You can never be 100% secure.
However, you can be very productive with older operating systems, applications, and browsers. Just because some new piece of software requires a newer OS version is no reason to upgrade – unless it gives you a feature you really need to have. I have been happily working with OS X 10.6 on my 2007 Mac mini for years. I use Safari, Chrome, and Firefox daily on it, and only one of them is current – and not for much longer.
Then again, OS X Snow Leopard itself is far from current, yet it allows me to run lots of software and be very productive. I don’t find it limiting at all to use outdated software with an outdated operating system on a discontinued computer that will never run OS X 10.8 or newer. It’s good enough for what I need it to do.
Honestly, that’s the whole point of Low End Mac. You can be productive even if you can’t run the latest Mac OS and browser. After all, there was a time when they had nothing newer to use, and they were productive then.
The Real World
Security experts will count out hundreds or thousands of security issues with whatever you’re doing on your computer, and none of it matters until someone targets that issue in a way that reaches your machine. That’s the real world. Theoretical security problems are not real until they become exploits, and even then the problem might never reach your system if you’re not downloading apps from unreliable sources.
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- Mozilla Will Retire Firefox Support for OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8 in August 2016, VentureBeat, 2016.04.29
- Google Chrome Leaving OS X 10.6 through 10.8 Behind in April, Low End Mac, 2016.03.05
- Apple Signals End to OS X Snow Leopard Support, Computerworld, 2013.12.07
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