WWW & Internet Browsers Mozilla Firefox for Linux

Mozilla Firefox for Linux Mozilla Firefox for Linux 83.0 for Linux

by Mozilla

Avg. Rating 4.3 (1,066 votes)

File Details

File Size 69.6 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Linux
Date Added
Total Downloads 107,682
Publisher Mozilla
Homepage Mozilla Firefox
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

Mozilla Firefox is a free and open source Web browser descended from the Mozilla Application Suite and managed by Mozilla Corporation. Firefox is the second most widely used browser.

To display web pages, Firefox uses the Gecko layout engine, which implements most current web standards in addition to several features that are intended to anticipate likely additions to the standards.

Latest Reviews

davidstephen908

davidstephen908 reviewed v73.0.1 on Mar 2, 2020

Overall, a really nice and intuitive browser with some powerful features.

davidkringe

davidkringe reviewed v72.0.2 on Feb 1, 2020

Overall, it's way better than Chrome, Edge, Opera or any browser out there. I love using it. It's good.

sickoflife

sickoflife reviewed v71.0 on Dec 21, 2019

In short, Firefox for linux is the best browser that you could ever have for your linux machine.

sfokirdar

sfokirdar reviewed v68.0.2 on Aug 24, 2019

powerful site

Bise multan 9th class result

Bise multan 9th class result reviewed v68.0 on Jul 26, 2019

but its crash very soon and held after some time when you open some extra tabs, thats way its difficult for me to use fires fox even latest version

Johni Baba

Johni Baba reviewed v68.0 on Jul 18, 2019

Overall its a good experience to use it.

ashley234

ashley234 reviewed v67.0 on May 23, 2019

Excellent

SineWave

SineWave reviewed v51.0.1 on Jan 29, 2017

I've been using Firefox for many years, first in Windows XP and then in Debian. At some point betas as well as normal releases became too unstable for me to use so I started using ESR versions. Now even ESR versions seem like betas. Something is just not right with Firefox any more. It lags in about everything you do with it, but I'm so dependent on it. Sad. It must be overbloated with trashy code, I don't see any other reason why it is so laggy. And in the mean time I changed three PCs in the last 10 years. The one I have now is far more powerful than the first one. Mozilla, please hire some better coders and/or make a new browser from the ground up. This is going nowhere and I'm considering using alternatives. You've lost so many users in the last 10 years and it is perfectly understandable why. It' a shame though because we do need an open source browser. Good luck! Can't give you more than 3 stars and that is for the effort. Your programmers suck big time.

tontito

tontito reviewed v7.0 Alpha 1 (Nightly Build) on May 27, 2011

Do they really need to different versions for alpha builds?...

Alpha258

Alpha258 reviewed v4.0 on Mar 22, 2011

Use the PPA for Ubuntu if you want to get the latest stable version in your updates.

Open Ubuntu Software Center>> Edit>> Software Sources...

Click Other Software tab and click Add.

Then just paste:

ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable

Click close. Open your Update Manager and you can upgrade from 3.6 to version 4.0. Sweet!!

Avg. Rating 4.3 (1,066 votes)
Your Rating
davidstephen908

davidstephen908 reviewed v73.0.1 on Mar 2, 2020

Pros: Really good browser and way better than any other browsers out there. If you don't believe me then go ahead and checkout: https://www.kiltandjacks.com/scottish-tartan-kilts/

Cons: None, literally nothing

Bottom Line: Overall, a really nice and intuitive browser with some powerful features.

davidkringe

davidkringe reviewed v72.0.2 on Feb 1, 2020

Pros: Way better and faster than Chrome and Edge combined! I'm really impressed with this latest version in specific. It has improved a ton.
https://kiltzone.com/corsets/

Cons: It slows overtime and you have to manually delete old cache, history and cookies.

Bottom Line: Overall, it's way better than Chrome, Edge, Opera or any browser out there. I love using it. It's good.

sickoflife

sickoflife reviewed v71.0 on Dec 21, 2019

Pros: Works like a charm as it does on Windows. Performs really well without any crashes or glitches. https://naukry.net/nts-jobs/

Cons: Could be a little more faster.

Bottom Line: In short, Firefox for linux is the best browser that you could ever have for your linux machine.

sfokirdar

sfokirdar reviewed v68.0.2 on Aug 24, 2019

Pros: RB–Iowa State’s Breece Hall (No. 339, No. 22 RB) will have Big 12 objectives this season.
https://jurety.com

Cons: nice site

Bottom Line: powerful site

Bise multan 9th class result

Bise multan 9th class result reviewed v68.0 on Jul 26, 2019

Pros: firefox working fast

Cons: but its crash very soon and held after some time when you open some extra tabs

Bottom Line: but its crash very soon and held after some time when you open some extra tabs, thats way its difficult for me to use fires fox even latest version

Johni Baba

Johni Baba reviewed v68.0 on Jul 18, 2019

Pros: Its browsing is such an unmatchable. So for best services, better is that u will use it. Further, as it has shown from the result of https://he.com.pk/ that how it works smoothly. In short its a well-managed browser.

Cons: Some time stoppage issue

Bottom Line: Overall its a good experience to use it.

ashley234

ashley234 reviewed v67.0 on May 23, 2019

Pros: Fantastic website. Really like the articles.
http://ntsresults.org/hi...mmenting-sites-may-2019/

Cons: good

Bottom Line: Excellent

SineWave

SineWave reviewed v51.0.1 on Jan 29, 2017

I've been using Firefox for many years, first in Windows XP and then in Debian. At some point betas as well as normal releases became too unstable for me to use so I started using ESR versions. Now even ESR versions seem like betas. Something is just not right with Firefox any more. It lags in about everything you do with it, but I'm so dependent on it. Sad. It must be overbloated with trashy code, I don't see any other reason why it is so laggy. And in the mean time I changed three PCs in the last 10 years. The one I have now is far more powerful than the first one. Mozilla, please hire some better coders and/or make a new browser from the ground up. This is going nowhere and I'm considering using alternatives. You've lost so many users in the last 10 years and it is perfectly understandable why. It' a shame though because we do need an open source browser. Good luck! Can't give you more than 3 stars and that is for the effort. Your programmers suck big time.

tontito

tontito reviewed v7.0 Alpha 1 (Nightly Build) on May 27, 2011

Do they really need to different versions for alpha builds?...

Alpha258

Alpha258 reviewed v4.0 on Mar 22, 2011

Use the PPA for Ubuntu if you want to get the latest stable version in your updates.

Open Ubuntu Software Center>> Edit>> Software Sources...

Click Other Software tab and click Add.

Then just paste:

ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable

Click close. Open your Update Manager and you can upgrade from 3.6 to version 4.0. Sweet!!

Aegis69

Aegis69 reviewed v4.0 Beta 10 on Jan 25, 2011

If you are 64bit Linux this link will give you a 32 bit version which will run, but none of your plugins will work. For a 64 bit version, check here;

http://nightly.mozilla.org/

Incidentally I'm on FF4 on Ubuntu64 and its literally 60% faster than FF3.6, really really amazing improvement.

roj

roj reviewed v3.6.6 on Jul 9, 2010

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Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v3.6 RC2 on Jan 18, 2010

4 for incredibly slow UI.

Virtual_ManPL

Virtual_ManPL reviewed v3.5 Beta 4 on May 1, 2009

Work like hell with JIT default enabled !!!

AlanS2001

AlanS2001 reviewed v3.5 Beta 4 on Apr 29, 2009

Still the best!

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