Pale Moon is actually a custom build of Mozilla’s Firefox, optimized for faster browsing. As such, the interface and the set of options should be familiar to many users.
If you have been using Firefox before and you want to migrate your bookmarks, passwords and browsing history, the program provides a migration tool capable of transferring all the settings.
Furthermore, Pale Moon lets you import the same configuration settings you’ve been using to Firefox. This option is available at the first run of the application, as it will prompt you to import the data.
By comparison to the original package, this browser comes with an optimized source code and with some disabled features to increase speed. It is designed for fast browsing, so it sacrifices some functions such as the accessibility features. This can make the program unsuitable for some users, but it does not affect how pages are displayed and the vast majority of responses are speeding up the response.
Pale Moon brings you a little changed interface since it allows the bookmarks toolbar by default and brings back the status bar that displays the add-ons and progress indicators. The application is compatible with all Firefox extensions, themes and individuals so your browsing experience should not be impaired in any way.
One of the extra features is the “List all tabs” button that displays a window with a preview of each tab, big enough to be able to read the content and better organize the tabs. Overall the browser offers a good quality and fast browsing experience with a few extra features that you might find useful.
Here are some key features of “Pale Moon”:
– Highly optimized for current processors
– 100% Firefox sourced: As safe as the browser that has seen years of development.
– Uses less memory because of disabled redundant and optional code
– Significant speed increases for page drawing and script processing
– Support for SVG and Canvas
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