Mozilla’s Do Not Track feature allows users to have more control over the way their browsing behavior is tracked and used on the Web. The feature allows them to decide if they want to opt out of online behavioral tracking.
2. Small and Fast
Firefox 5 is faster, an impression that has been confirmed by Digitzor, which ran it through a bunch of benchmarks. Firefox 5 was also notable for taking up minimal RAM, even with 25 websites opened.
3. Supports an Open Web
With improved standards support for HTML5, XHR, MathML, SMIL and canvas, Firefox 5 is the best browser choice for an open Web. The new Firefox Add-on SDK for Windows, Mac and Linux enables local development of add-ons, meanwhile, and the Firefox Add-on Builder Beta provides a hosted Web-based build environment. The new version of the multiplatform software also adds support for CSS animations.
4. Secure, Independent and User-Driven
Firefox is open source software, which means it’s not only developed with the help of users, but its security is continuously monitored and improved by a global community of users and developers.