Firefox furnishes the fast and accessibility of Chrome–and protects you from prying eyes.
The web browser has become the central app on today’s computers. It’s where people check email and social media, content friends, predicted word, toy videos and music, attend school, do position run, and have socially distanced online meetups. You can learn a great deal about someone from what happens in their browser, and dozens of business do simply that with cookies and other tracking engineering that build up advertising sketches. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
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