Mozilla is launching the Firefox Quantum browser today, the final version of the Nightly and other projects they have been running for years. It easily beats Google Chrome by being user friendly and consumes less resources, in other words RAM!
Mozilla Firefox is undergoing a major change because a single glance at Quantum and you will realize that it is extremely futuristic with materialistic design, easy to access icons and most importantly, it responds much faster than every other browser available right now.
The company in their official blog confirmed that the Quantum runs on Photon UI which is not only intuitive and easy to find what you need, but also uses a trick to keep tabs running based on when they were last opened. The RAM usage will considerably reduce when all 10 tabs are not running at once but the ones you need will be ready.
The materialistic CSS used in the browser is done using a proprietary coding language which speeds up the overall responsiveness of the application by many times and makes it highly reliable. Users no longer have to feel annoyed when it becomes unresponsive with 20 tabs open at once and lots of research yet to be completed.
Mozilla Firefox Quantum browser launches on Nov 14th and you can sign up with your e-mail to be notified when it becomes available to download in your region.