Firefox finally uses separate processors for individual browser tabs

Firefox 54 is out, and the latest version of Mozilla’s web browser should be faster, more stable, and less likely to crash just because of a problem with a single browser tab. After years of development, Mozilla introduced the first version of Firefox using multiple processes last year. But at the time that just meant […]

Firefox is now a multi-process web browser (as of Firefox 48)

Mozilla has officially brought multi-process support to the Firefox web browser. After debuting multi-process support in Firefox 48 beta a few months ago, the developers have dropped the beta label. Firefox 48 is now available for download, and the biggest change is that it’s the first stable version of the web browser to use Mozilla’s […]

Firefox is finally getting multi-process support with version 48 (beta)

Mozilla released Firefox 47 this week, and some of the key new features include the ability to sync passwords, bookmarks, and tabs between desktop and mobile devices and improved video playback. But in August, Mozilla will launch Firefox 48, which includes a much bigger change. It will be the first version of Firefox to feature a […]