M1 processor is supported by Firefox

M1 processor is supported by Firefox

Announced Corporation Mozilla is the 84th version of the browser Firefox 2020 latest update – brings native support for M1-powered Macs.

And theShe claims Mozilla that M1 processor support brings a set of significant performance improvements.

Based on benchmarking with SpeedoMeter 2.0 testing, it is It is clear that browser operation is 2.5 times faster than before and web applications respond 2 times faster than in the previous version of Firefox, which was not intended for the M1 processor.

Mozilla says: If you are running Firefox on your Mac and want to make sure that the original version is running, you need to update to the latest version, Firefox 84, and then exit and restart Firefox.

Firefox support comes with Apple’s Arm architecture On the heels of Chrome, which added support for the new M1 processor shortly after the introduction of the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Mac mini in November.

Firefox 84 is the latest version to support Adobe’s Flash Player, which got the latest update scheduled last week.

And you need to install the Rosetta 2 package, which allows Mac computers with an M1 processor to run applications that are not yet officially supported. For backward compatibility, because it is necessary to stream content from DRM services, such as: Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Disney Plus, or Netflix.

Firefox 84 also includes Mozilla’s faster 2D GPU-based rendering engine named WebRender, which is now compatible with macOS Big Sur, Windows devices with 6th generation Intel GPUs, and laptops running Windows 7. And Windows 8.

The new version also uses modern technologies to allocate shared memory across Linux, improving performance and increasing compatibility with Docker.

It is reported that the Mozilla Foundation suffered recently from layoffs for a large number of its workforce, but it continued to work and release new features for its browser.

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