Mozilla just released Firefox 64 for users on Windows, Linux, and macOS.
Firefox 64 introduced a series of changes previously tested as part of the beta versions, including recommended extensions. This feature is supposed to help improve the experience with the browser by providing suggestions on services relevant to the user’s activity.
Additionally, Firefox 64 also introduces refinements to the built-in task manager, so the user can see the running tabs and the impact they have on the battery.
Firefox has remained one of the few browsers that compete against the Chromium engine, especially after Microsoft recently announced that it would also give up on EdgeHTML and build its very own Google Chrome browser.
Microsoft will migrate to Chromium in 2019, and a preview version of its browser will be released for testing in the first months of the year.