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Pale Moon
« on: August 26, 2015, 07:09:53 pm »

Pale Moon is a custom-built and optimized Firefox-based browser for Windows operating systems with current, high performance processors.
It looks identical to the standard Firefox browser and supports Firefox extensions, themes and identities.


Features:
• Highly optimized for modern processors
•100% Firefox sourced: As safe as the browser that has seen years of development.
• Uses slightly less memory because of disabled redundant and optional code
• Significant speed increases for page drawing and script processing
• Stability: experience fewer browser crashes.
• Support for SVG and Canvas, and downloadable fonts including WOFF
• Support for HTML5 and WebGL (v4+)
• Support for Firefox extensions (add-ons), themes and personas
• Support for OOPP (Out-of-process plugin execution)

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Re: Pale Moon
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2018, 04:58:49 pm »
Pale Moon v28.1.0 Released
09.20.2018


This major update is focused on performance, security and some regression and bug fixes.

ted• Updated NSS to 3.38, removed TLS 1.3 draft version check since it's considered final.
• Reinstated RC4 as an optional encryption cypher for non-standard environments (e.g. old routing/peripheral networked hardware on LAN). RC4 and 3DES are marked weak and disabled, and will never be used in the first handshake with a site, only as last-ditch fallback when specifically enabled (meaning they won't show up on ssllabs' test, for example).
• Removed Telemetry accumulation calls, automatic timers and stopwatches. This removes a very noticeable performance sink for all operations on all platforms.
• Fixed many occurrences of discouraged types of memory access for primarily GCC 8 compatibility. This improves overall code security as a defense-in-depth measure.
• Re-implement the pref-controlled custom background color for standalone images.
• Updated session history handling for internal pages. about:logopage is no longer stored in history, and you can choose to store the QuickDial page in history by setting the pref browser.newtabpage.add_to_session_history to true. This is disabled by default (meaning you can't use the "Back" button to go back to the QuickDial page) as a defense-in-depth security measure.
• Added ui.menu.allow_content_scroll to control whether content can be scrolled if a context menu is open.
• Fixed incorrect code removal in ipc.
• Removed support for TLS session caches in TLSServerSocket.
• Added support for local-ref as SVG xlink:href values.
• Changed the find bar to be a browser-global toolbar again (like in Pale Moon 27) instead of per-tab. For people who prefer search terms to be saved on a per-tab basis (like with the per-tab findbar previously), this is possible by setting findbar.termPerTab to true. This resolves a number of issues, including styling with lightweight themes not applying to the find bar, and status pop-ups overlapping the find bar.
• and so much more...

*Download Links-Direct .EXE*
Pale Moon 28.1.0
Pale Moon 28.1.0 x64 
Pale Moon Portable 28.1.0
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9.11.01
A Friend Is Someone Who Reaches For Your Hand,
But Touches Your Heart