Thursday, April 6, 2023


Editorial review

Cyberfox is a Mozilla-based Internet browser designed to maximize the use of 64-bit Windows operating systems, although a 32-bit version is also available. In particular, Cyberfox allows more memory during navigation than other browsers. It takes more or less the features, tools and graphics of its predecessor Firefox (the other Mozilla browser) but in a new, more advanced and powerful version, and specifically adapted to Windows 64-bit. Among the differences with Firefox, Cyberfox does not include the Telemetry, Firefox Health Report features and sponsored tiles which may record your personal data. In addition, on Cyberfox you have the possibility to customize the interface during the installation of the software, and also to import your favorites from Google Chrome or Internet Explorer 11. Cyberfox is therefore presented as an alternative to Google Chrome, Internet Explorer or its ancestor Firefox, in order to navigate at the height of Windows 64-bit while benefiting from the advantages of design and functionality of Mozilla browsers.