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Not to be confused with Foxfire.
For the operating system, see Firefox OS.
Firefox 108.0.1 is running on Windows 10
Developer(s) Mozilla Foundation and contributors Mozilla Corporation
Initial release September 23, 2002 12 years ago
Stable release 108.0.1
Preview release
Beta 108.0.1 beta 10
Nightly 108.0.1
Development status Active Written in C++, JavaScript, C, CSS, XUL, XBL
Operating system Windows, OS X, Linux, Android, Firefox OS
Engines Gecko, SpiderMonkey
Size Windows: 39 MB OS X: 73 MB Linux: 45 MB Android: 30 MB Source code: 170 MB
Available in 79 languages
Type Web browser
Feed reader
Mobile web browser
License MPL 2.0
Standard(s) HTML5, CSS3, RSS, Atom
Origins and lineage Netscape Navigator Mozilla Foundation Mozilla Suite

Mozilla Firefox (known simply as Firefox) is a free and open-source web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation and its subsidiary, the Mozilla Corporation. Firefox is available for Windows, OS X and Linux operating systems, with its mobile versions available for Android and Firefox OS. It uses the Gecko layout engine to render web pages, which implements current and anticipated web standards.

Firefox was created in 2002 under the name "Phoenix" by the Mozilla community members who wanted a standalone browser rather than the Mozilla Application Suite bundle. Even during its beta phase, Firefox proved to be popular by its testers and was praised for its speed, security and add-ons compared with Microsoft's then-dominant Internet Explorer 6. Firefox was released in December 2004, and was highly successful with 60 million downloads within nine months, which was the first time that Internet Explorer's dominance was challenged. Firefox is considered the spiritual successor of Netscape Navigator, ] as the Mozilla Foundation was created by Netscape in 1998 before their acquisition by AOL.

As of September 2015, Firefox has between 12% and 20% of worldwide usage as a "desktop" browser, making it, per different sources, the third most popular web browser. Still, the browser is most popular in some countries, as a desktop browser, such as Indonesia and Germany at 48%, 43% of the market share, respectively. According to Mozilla, as of December 2014, there are half a billion Firefox users around the world.
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Bookmarks and tabs Access and organize your favorite webpages easily with bookmarks and tabs Tips and tricks Go beyond the basics with these shortcuts and other tips.
Get started with Firefox - An overview of the main features This article covers the basics features of Firefox - bookmarks, tabs, search, add-ons and more. It also links to more articles that you'll want to explore.
Use the search bar in Firefox Learn how to use the built-in Search bar in Firefox and how to add, remove, and change search engines like Yahoo, Bing and Google.
Make Firefox your default browser Make web links open in Firefox automatically by setting it as the default browser on your computer. This article explains how to do that.
How to set the home page Load your favorite pages in one click. We'll show you how to set your home page or restore the default page.
Profiles - Where Firefox stores your bookmarks, passwords and other user data Firefox stores your personal information and settings in a profile folder. Find out what is in your profile and how to locate it.
Awesome Bar - Search your Firefox bookmarks, history and tabs from the address bar As you type in the address bar, Firefox suggests websites you've visited, bookmarked or tagged. Learn more and get to the sites you want with a few keystrokes.
Where to find and manage downloaded files in Firefox The Downloads panel and Library keep track of files you download. We'll show you how to access, manage, change settings and find your files.
Firefox Reader View for clutter-free web pages The Reader View on Firefox removes clutter, like buttons and ads from web pages to make on-screen text easier to read.
How to make Firefox and websites go full screen The Full Screen feature lets you expand the Firefox browser to fill up your whole screen. This article explains how to turn it on and off.

How to disable the built-in PDF viewer and use another viewer Firefox has a built-in PDF reader. We'll show you how to disable it and use another PDF viewer, like Adobe Reader, instead. How do I use the Firefox spell checker? Firefox automatically checks your spelling as you type. Available options include adding dictionaries and removing words added by accident.
How to save a web page Firefox allows you to save a web page to your computer so that you can do things like read it when you're not connected to the Internet. Here's how.
View PDF files in Firefox without downloading them Learn how to get PDF files to open in the Firefox window and fix common problems like blank pages and files downloading instead of opening.
Firefox's default home page has quick links to common features The Firefox home page contains a handy web search and quick links to downloads, bookmarks, history, add-ons, sync and settings.
Search the web from the address bar Type your web searches in the address bar and Firefox will take you to your default search engine results page. Learn how to customize this.
How to print web pages in Firefox This articles covers the basics of print settings and formatting options in Firefox.
Hide or display Tiles in New Tab Choices for your New Tab page are just a click away. Learn how to use the New Tab controls in Firefox to display or remove Tiles at any time.