Mozilla to increase security, performance, stability in Firefox with Electrolysis project

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We’ve just posted the following news: Mozilla to increase security, performance, stability in Firefox with Electrolysis project[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2011/09/FirefoxLogo.jpg[/newsimage]

Mozilla has started development of its Electrolysis project for Firefox again, which should improve security and performance of the browser. Electrolysis, abbreviated as e10s has the goal to run the user interface of the browser in a separate process from the web content.

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I have had to much problems with firefox 38 went back to 37


#3

I used to like Firefox, but Mozilla doesn’t seem concerned with the users’ privacy at all. For all the bragging they do about valuing privacy, they sure seem eager to introduce malware into their own browser. Why they think using the users’ browsing activities for targeted advertising is a good idea is beyond me.