Windows® 7 and Mozilla® Firefox
Restore your tabs and windows in Mozilla Firefox.
After Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox is the second most popular browser in terms of current use worldwide. Firefox has 23.75% of the recorded usage share of web browsers. It is a free and open source web browser from the Mozilla Application Suite and managed by Mozilla Corporation.
Based exclusively on a Google service, the latest Firefox features include Instant Web Site ID, Pop-Up Blocker, Add-ons, a download manager, Password Manager, Faster Page Load, Session Restore, Super Speed, spell checking, live bookmarking, private browsing. A feature that has attracted many of Firefox users is Add-ons. There is a wide selection of Add-ons. More functions can be added through this feature, created by third-party developers. It also has an integrated search system that uses Google by default in most localization. Firefox looks for a secure connection before installing or updating add-ons, 3rd party software. This article takes you through some of the interesting new features that you will hardly find in other browsers.
Instant Web Site ID
You Click on a site favicon for an instant identity overview if you want to be extra sure about a site’s legitimacy. Another click tells you about- Are your passwords saved? How many times have you visited? Check up on suspicious sites and many more.
Create an “allow” list of sites whose pop-ups you are okay with seeing or choose to view blocked pop-ups. You can also banish pop-ups from your surfing experience once and for all.
Mozilla has integrated a new feature i.e. Password Manager into surfing experience. You can choose to remember site passwords without any intervention of pop-ups.
Session Restore immediately brings back your tabs and windows, restoring text you entered and any in-progress downloads. After you install an add-on or software update, you can restart the browser without losing your place. You don't have to spend time recovering data or retracing your Websites, if Firefox or your computer unexpectedly closes. You'll pick up where you left.