The Mozilla Foundation and its affiliate, the Mozilla Corporation, developed the extensible, free and open-source web browser known as Firefox. It displays web pages using the Gecko rendering engine, which incorporates up-to-date and future web standards.
Under the code name Quantum, Firefox started implementing new technologies in 2017 to support parallelism and a more user-friendly UI. Windows 7 and later versions, macOS, and Linux all support Firefox. A variety of UNIX and Unix-like operating systems, including FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, illumos, and Solaris Unix, have unofficial ports available.
Additionally, iOS and Android are supported. The iOS version, like all other iOS web browsers, employs the WebKit layout engine rather than Gecko, owing to platform constraints.
STEP 1 − In Firefox, type about:config into the address bar and press enter.
STEP 2 − A page will appear that warns the user to proceed with caution. Choose the button marked "Accept the Risk and Continue" in blue.
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