The start to a new year!

✨ Happy New Year!

I hope everyone has had a wonderful start to the new year. I’m looking forward to sharing with you all the work I have been doing over 2018 for the new updates and can’t wait to see what this year has in store. Will keep you all updated! -Alex

📝 What’s new in Waterfox Supplementary?

  • Fixed locale issues in Bookmark Manager.
  • Fixed and updated search icons on about:home and about:newtab.
  • Test out a new user agent to hopefully fix website issues.
  • Fixed an issue on macOS where selecting files in modal dialogue would result in freezing.

📝 What’s new in Waterfox 56.2.7?

Waterfox has been patched with all the latest ESR security fixes.

Note: Website will update slowly with new version.

  • Mozilla Foundation Security Advisories patched:
    • 2019-02
  • Fixed HTML5 DRM playback issues on websites such as Amazon Prime.

  • There is now a complete backup of all classic add-ons from the Mozilla Add-On Store, mirrored on the Waterfox CDN. You can use the Classic add-on Archive add-on to view the catalogue.

❓ About Waterfox

Waterfox was started back in March 2011 by myself (Alex Kontos), a 16 year old student. I had a fascination for the web and wanted to help expand on the ideals of what Mozilla had for a free and open web. And so I decided to make Waterfox, a 64-Bit browser based on Mozilla’s free and open source platform.

Waterfox was one of the first widely distributed 64-Bit browsers on the web and quickly gained a loyal following. At a time Waterfox had one thing in mind: speed, but now Waterfox also attempts to be an ethical, user-oriented browser.

Waterfox focuses on giving users choice. The browser is focused on power users, which lets you make the important decisions. There is no plugin whitelist (meaning you can run Java Applets and Silverlight apps), you can run whichever extensions you like (including Classic Firefox Add-Ons!) and absolutely no data or telemetry is sent back to Mozilla or the Waterfox project.