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The Pale Moon Project homepage - Cyberfox

The Pale Moon Project homepage - Cyberfox
Pale Moon is an Open Source, Firefox-based web browser for Microsoft Windows, focusing on efficiency and ease of use. Make sure to get the most out of your browser! Pale Moon offers you a browsing experience in a browser completely built from source with carefully selected features and optimizations to maximize the browser's speed*, stability and user experience, while maintaining compatibility with the thousands of Firefox extensions you have come to love and rely on. This browser, even though close to Firefox in the way it works, offers a different set of features than its sibling. A few carefully selected features have been disabled that are not in high demand, and that do not interfere with the way web pages are displayed or function; all to maximize the efficiency of the browser. Please see the page with technical details to learn exactly what the browser supports, and what it doesn't support.

http://www.palemoon.org/

The SeaMonkey® Project - CometBird Pale Moon - portable! You can now take Pale Moon anywhere with you! You've enjoyed Pale Moon at home, or at the office. You've wondered if you could use it elsewhere: in a library, on a public computer, in a cybercafé... Mozilla Firefox aurora Les dernières fonctionnalités dans un environnement plus stable Firefox Beta envoie automatiquement des informations à Mozilla. En savoir plus. Pale Moon (web browser) Though based on Firefox code, Pale Moon differs in several concepts, including performance optimization, user interface and legacy hardware support. Pale Moon does not have a built-in PDF reader. Pale Moon makes use of compiler optimizations by using Microsoft C compiler's "/O2" and "/Ox" flags, and also by selection of included or excluded features from Mozilla Firefox to increase performance of the browser.[9][10][11][12] The resulting browser will not run on particularly old hardware as a result, but "by cutting out support for older systems, Pale Moon works with an optimized code base that takes full advantage of modern processor instruction sets."[13]

Greasemonkey Chromium (web browser) Chromium is the open source web browser project from which Google Chrome draws its source code.[3] The browsers share the majority of code and features, though there are some minor differences in features and they have different licensing. Chromium is the name given to the open source project and the browser source code released and maintained by the Chromium Project.[7] It is possible to download the source code and build it manually on many platforms. To create Chrome from Chromium, Google takes this source code and adds:[8] Mozilla Firefox beta Les dernières fonctionnalités dans un environnement plus stable Firefox Beta envoie automatiquement des informations à Mozilla. En savoir plus. Faites-nous part de votre expérience pour nous aider à mettre la touche finale aux améliorations de performances et aux fonctionnalités dans un environnement stable. Essayé, testé et adopté par des millions de personnes Pour en savoir plus sur Firefox

Pale Moon: a Firefox clone to improve your 64-bit web experience The availability of 64-bit systems to the regular user is fairly recent, even though they started to be developed in the 60′s, based on UNIX architecture. Microsoft released their first 64-bit operative system with Windows XP in 2001, but the true landmark came with Windows Vista. Not only was the OS itself more 64-bit oriented, but computers were also sold with improved components, more oriented to run 64-bit software. Windows 7 also boosted the usage of this computer architecture. When I got through all the advantages of having a 64-bit operating system, I tried to improve the piece of software I use the most on my PC: my web browser.

Want To Open A Website In Another Browser? Just Drag And Drop It This is one of the things that makes you go uh if you read about it or find out about it on your own. I know many computer users who run multiple web browsers on the same PC. On my PC I have Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer installed.

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