Firefox 58 Released(Quantum) with new privacy future and also much faster than old version along with this new Opt-in Tracking Protection future has been introduced with this release for high-speed browsing even in Tracking Protection mode.
Last November Firefox Quantum and began offering to users the option to turn on Tracking Protection all the time. 24-7. This new release enables users to browse Twice faster than the old version of Firefox and chrome.
Private Browsing with Opt-in Tracking Protection in Firefox for Windows, Mac, Android, and Linux actively blocks content like ads, analytics trackers and social share buttons that may record your behavior without your knowledge across sites.
Firefox Quantum has designed to perform low computer memory, powered to surf a ton of pages and also provide very smooth experience even users open countless tabs.
The New Firefox Quantum release has been contributed by More than 700 authors and 80 contributors from all over the world.
There are 265,252,859,191,742,656,903,069,040,640,000 ways to customise the new firefox toolbar.
According to Firefox, To help reduce jank, today Firefox Quantum is launching an improved engine that more efficiently paints your screen, using a dedicated CPU thread. The impact of this improvement is that Firefox Quantum is now even faster, and on certain websites, much smoother.
Firefox 58 Released with Always Tracking Protection
New Opt-in Tracking Protection allows now users can enable it always. To turn on Tracking Protection, just open your “Preferences” and click on “Privacy & Security.” Scroll down to “Tracking Protection,” and click on “Always.” Now, you’re all set.
Apart from this new era, Bookmark future and Progressive Web Apps (PWA) Support also improved.
Also, Firefox 58 Released contains an auto-filling credit card details so, Firefox lets you automatically fill in your address and credit card information on forms.
Users can Download new firefox Quantum from the following link and also Firefox 58 files available for download on its official FTP servers.
Source : GBHackers