The browser market is running wild, with everyone wanting to stand out with its features. If most are based on Chromium and as such have little room for maneuver to create new things, Mozilla’s Firefox has a unique space here.
With Windows as the basis, Mozilla’s browser has now managed to reach a unique place that many wanted. This is the first top browser to be able to be in the Microsoft app store and thus have a prominent position.
Mozilla elevates its browser even further
Until recently, Microsoft controlled the type of apps that were available in its store. This one didn’t receive the well-known Windows apps, limiting itself to having only the WPAs, which not everyone wanted to use on their systems, thanks to their limitations.
Now, and in a completely discreet way, Mozilla has taken the step that many would like to have taken. It has its browser present in the store that powers Windows and thus gains a very great ease of access.
Firefox is in the Microsoft app store
The installation process becomes simpler, like any other app, also ensuring the necessary updates. These start to happen automatically and without any user intervention, with their systems always having the latest versions.
Firefox’s arrival at the Microsoft store comes after the June changes. These began to allow browsers to use their own engines, which opened the door for Opera and Yandex in September. Mozilla now boasts of being the first “major” browser to get here.
The first to arrive on this revamped platform
It was precisely this change from Microsoft that allowed Mozilla to bet on bringing Firefox to the Windows app store. Thus, and in a unique way, this browser is accessible in this store, both on Windows 10 and Windows 11, something that only Mozilla has achieved.
Although it doesn’t appear directly in the Microsoft store searches, Firefox can already be accessed on this platform. Enough access this link and handle the installation process of this browser, as they have already done with many apps.
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