Superfiles

Linux Internet

The powerful browser for Linux environments

Pros

Fast browser with several security and privacy settings

Blocks pop-ups

Customizable

Cons

Lots of updates that you have to keep on top of, or some extensions won’t work properly

Firefox is one of the most used browsers in the world, trusted by millions. It includes a ton of security and privacy options, and allows you to customize to your hearts content with plenty of plugins and extensions.

The navigation bar and tabs

The Firefox navigation bar integrates different search providers, including Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.; you can decide which to use by default. This search function allows you to locate a web page or the most similar terms to the words you're typing much more quickly.

Syncing

You can save all your browser settings: favorites, history, preferences, tabs, extensions and passwords. All this information will always be synchronized with all devices where you use Firefox.

Keep your favorites to hand

Tabs with your most visited web pages appear in the main browser. You can leave them fixed in position so that they’re always close to hand.

In addition, you can also share web pages page directly from the browser to social networks like Twitter, Facebook or Tumblr, and email services such as Gmail or Yahoo mail.

SUMMARY


The Mozilla Firefox browser, in all its glory, and with all of its great features for Linux distributions.

FEATURES


Block pop-ups
Integrated Google search
Plenty of extensions to download
Themes
Syncs across all your devices

Mozilla Firefox