#AcePCHelpReports – Sept.06: The Tor Browser has always been based on the Firefox codebase, but it lagged behind a few releases: Mozilla rolled out a major overhaul of the Firefox codebase in November 2017, with the release of Firefox 57, the first release in the Firefox Quantum series #AcePCHelpDesk reports
Firefox Quantum came with a new page rendering engine, a new add-ons API, and a new user interface called the Photon UI: Because these were major, code-breaking changes, it took the smaller Tor team some time to integrate all of them into the Tor Browser codebase and make sure everything worked as intended.
The new Tor Browser 8, released yesterday, is now in sync with the most recent version of Firefox, the Quantum release, and also supports all of its features: This means the Tor Browser now uses the same modern Photon UI that current Firefox versions use, it supports the same speed-optimized page rendering engine and has also dropped support for the old XUL-based add-ons system for the new WebExtensions API system used by Chrome, Opera, Vivaldi, Brave, and the rest of the Chromium browsers
Source: #AceTelegramNews https://t.me/acenewsgroup/752383 Published on September 06, 2018 at 08:00AM
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