Firefox in 2024 – Exciting New Features Coming Soon!

Firefox, the renowned open-source web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation, is set to surprise us again this year! Mozilla’s teams have decided to double down on their efforts to provide us with an even faster, more secure browser that’s more compatible with all our favorite websites.

Here’s what’s in store:

Speed Enhancements: Firefox is promising a speed boost thanks to optimizations in the JavaScript engine and page rendering. No more interminable loading times, even on resource-heavy sites. Firefox aims to impress with top-notch performance while conserving our precious battery life, all thanks to the Speedometer 3 project. This project, in collaboration with other web giants like Google and Apple, is the largest current initiative to improve online performance through more open and rigorous web performance metrics.

Better Compatibility: Mozilla is also focusing on cross-browser compatibility. No more layout issues and random functionality problems depending on the browser. With the Interop 2024 project, Firefox and its partners are encouraging web developers to produce code that works everywhere. This includes new features like the Popover API and CSS nesting, ensuring better consistency across browsers. The Interop project has already shown excellent results with a significant increase in browser interoperability scores.

New Tab Grouping System: A new tab grouping system is on the way, allowing for clean and efficient organization of our tab bar with neatly arranged folders. This long-requested feature will make multitasking even more enjoyable.

Enhanced Privacy: Mozilla is committed to improving privacy. Unlike other browsers that track us to sell our data (looking at you, Chrome), Firefox processes all data locally. Page translation, PDF editing, etc., will all respect our anonymity. Mozilla also plans to integrate artificial intelligence into Firefox (a surprise), but in a responsible and local manner (phew). For instance, automatic generation of alt text for images in PDFs will be done directly on our devices, making documents more accessible to the visually impaired without compromising privacy.

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For those eager to try the latest features, Firefox Nightly is already available in preview via APT or direct download: Firefox Nightly (for Windows, Mac, and Linux).

On that note, I’m signing off. Looking forward to these upcoming Firefox versions and a big shout-out to Chrome and all its derivatives! 😉


Mohamed SAKHRI
Mohamed SAKHRI

I'm the creator and editor-in-chief of Tech To Geek. Through this little blog, I share with you my passion for technology. I specialize in various operating systems such as Windows, Linux, macOS, and Android, focusing on providing practical and valuable guides.

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