You still get a fairly similar, although a slightly outdated Firefox, but most of the features you would expect from a modern web browser are included, such as smooth sync capabilities, private browsing, support for add-ons and themes, as well as various handy developer tools. It should also go without saying that you are also provided with various options to manage the tabs, an integrated spell checker, a fairly decent download manager, a bookmark manager, pop-up blocker and more. Firefox usage grew to a peak of 32% at the end of 2009, temporarily making version 3.5 the world’s most popular browser. Usage then declined in competition with Google Chrome. As of March 2018, Firefox has 11.6% usage share as a “desktop” browser, according to StatCounter, making it the second most popular such web browser.

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