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Windows 7: Cyberfox author proclaims death of web browser

09 Mar 2017   #1

W7 Ultimate SP1, LM18.3 MATE, W10 Home, #All 64 bit
Cyberfox author proclaims death of web browser

Toady, the lead developer of Cyberfox proclaimed the death of the web browser in an article entitled Cyberfox and its future direction.

Cyberfox is a Firefox-based browser that is available as processor-specific builds, in classic and Australis styles. It ships with additional features built-in to the browser, but is compatible mostly with Firefox.

Cyberfox, and other Firefox-based browsers like Pale Moon or Waterfox, came to prominence by offering optimized builds, especially for 64-bit versions of Windows, long before Mozilla started to even offer 64-bit versions officially.
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