Firefox

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The most popular open source web browser developed by Mozilla community. over 6,000 Firefox add-ons available to plug in to the browser Manage online auctions, upload digital photos, see the weather forecast in a glance and listen to music all from the convenience of your browser. Its top features include:

  • Tabbed browsing
  • Private Browsing
  • Anti-Malware and Anti Phishing support
  • Automated Update
  • Password Manager
  • Smaller Memory Footprint
  • Super Speed browsing
  • Add-ons Manager
  • One-Click Bookmarking and Tag the bookmark, later helps to locate easily
  • RSS Feed Reader
  • Download Manager
  • Spell Checking
  • Session Restore
  • Integrated Web Search
  • Offline Browsing
  • Web Application Integration
  • Open Video and Audio support

www.mozilla.com/firefox/

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