- A New Chapter for Waterfox
- Reblog: How the Open-Source Browser Continues to Balance Performance, UX, and Customizability with a Focus on Privacy
- An Update on Waterfox Classic
- Waterfox 4th Generation Release
- Waterfox Decennial Release
- 9 Years of Waterfox
- Waterfox has joined System1
- Waterfox, Its Legacy and Looking to the Future
- Away until 3rd of July + Adobe Issues
- Waterfox 43.0 & 43.0.1 (Installer Only) Reverted back to 40.1.0 and some Insight into Waterfox
- 4 Year Anniversary Waterfox Charity and Storm Search
A New Chapter for Waterfox
Dear Waterfox Community,
Today marks a new change for Waterfox.
Over the years, Waterfox has grown and flourished, thanks to the unwavering support and enthusiasm of its incredible community. Your passion for a privacy-focused and customisable browsing experience has been the driving force behind the success of this project.
I am happy to say that Waterfox is independent again. This change allows the community and myself to shape the browser’s future direction.
As we embark on this new chapter, Waterfox’s dedication to privacy, customisation, and performance remains. I am committed to delivering a browser that prioritises your online security and respects your digital autonomy. With this change, I have the opportunity to accelerate development, introduce new features, and focus on the user experience.
One of the most valuable aspects of Waterfox is its vibrant and passionate community of users. I am grateful for your support, feedback, and contributions over the years. Your input will continue to guide the evolution of Waterfox as we meet your expectations.
In the coming months, I will be working diligently to advance the browser, focusing on improvements that enhance privacy, boost performance, and expand customisation options.
Stay tuned for future updates, as I will be sharing more details about my plans for Waterfox, including new features and opportunities to get involved.
Thank you for your continued support!
Alex Kontos Founder, Waterfox