Mozilla has released a beta version of its Quantum 58 browser on its homepage. This version works on Windows, Linux and MacOS operating systems, and this may be the final beta before the official release next week.
It is expected that Mozilla will launch Firefox Quantum 58 on January 23, but now users can download and experience on its homepage. Firefox Quantum 58 was developed in 2 months, comes with many outstanding features such as:
- Adding binary code compiler to speed up a website with WebAssembly technology, enabling autofill and WebVR for Mac OS X users.
- Firefox Quantum 58 supports Nepali (ne-NP) language.
Firefox 58 comes with security fixes for Meltdown and Specter.
According to Mozilla, Firefox Quantum 58 will be the first browser to have security patches from the two Meltdown and Spectervulnerabilitiesassociated with the default. However, this feature still does not work well on older Intel chips. “The Firefox version for Windows and Linux is not working well on Intel’s U Series Broadband, “Mozilla said. Users should check Windows Update to regularly update the patch on the device. Firefox
version Quantum 58The official release will be available next week, January 23, 2018. Users can download live on the homepage, or through OTA (Over-the-Air) updates on the current Firefox browser.
Download and experience Firefox Quantum 58 at the link below: