Firefox happens to be my favorite. With this one, I am always sure that no one is spying on my browsing history. Though I am okay with Safari having all that, but I am more than okay with Firefox. After all, the source code is open and the organization controlling its development does not so to earn millions/billions by analyzing the browsing behavior (unlike the company behind a popular search engine).
The one problem I had with Firefox was speed. Like any other man who likes to read and browse the web, has to research on various topics, I happen to open over a dozen tabs. The problem with Firefox was a single (or double, at best) process model. I heard that Firefox was enabling multiple content process model and some people updated to Firefox 54, which apparently had it enabled by default and that the results were awesome.
I launched Firefox and allowed it up update itself (and restarted it). The result? Well, the speed is tremendous. It restored from my previous session with about 30 tabs and it started in a jiffy. Switching tabs did not make me feel like a drag over the fires of mount doom and everything was superfast. I am all set to switch to Firefox as my default browser on all my devices. This is something I have been waiting for since quite some time now :D.
Thanks Mozilla! Thank you so much. 🙂