Mozilla releases Firefox 54 web browser that, it claims, isn't a resource hog

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Mozilla releases Firefox 54 web browser that, it claims, isn't a resource hog
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Mozilla releases Firefox 54 web browser that, it claims, isn't a resource hog

Mozilla promises faster Firefox for browsers who like having hundreds of tabs open

Mozilla has unveiled the latest version of its Firefox web browser, Firefox 54, which it claims offers better performance and better resource handling for power users who like to have scores of tab...

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