Since it is a multiplatform browser, it has earned the approval of users who often work with multiple operating systems at the same time (Windows, Linux, Mac. . .).
The rendering engine used by Mozilla Firefox is called Gecko, developed by the Mozilla Foundation and is also used by the Camino browser.
Tabbed browsing, session restore, spell checking, RSS reader, and pop-up blockers are the basic features that a web browser must have, and Mozilla Firefox does.
What's more, the Firefox interface integrates different search engines, including Google, Yahoo, Wikipedia, or eBay, and although you can make new queries, it can also suggest searches as you type.
Personalization and security are the other strong points of Mozilla Firefox. For one, the browser's features can be extended by using extensions (there are hundreds).
Plus, thanks to this version you can enjoy the program without having to install it on your computer since you can use it from any portable storage device.