The first official release of the Firefox Quantum browser will be released tomorrow, which is definitely worth seeing, even if you are firmly rooted in the Google Chrome camp. A few months ago, we introduced a beta version of Quantum. Most notable here is speed: Firefox Quantum is very fast, at least compared to earlier versions of Firefox. It has a new CSS engine written in the company's Rust programming language that works across the cores.
In fact, the official version has begun to provide FTP download:
The Firefox Quantum browser also optimizes memory data prioritization, saving up to 30% less memory than Google Chrome. The Firefox Quantum browser uses a user interface called Photon for a more minimalist look and looks good on high-DPI displays.