Gone are the times when you web pages were just a collection of text and pictures. The websites these are very dynamic and are made to viewed not only on PC but also mobile devices. Firefox therefore has initiated an new project called Project Quantum. Quantum is an effort from the Mozilla Development community to create the next-generation of web engine and start delivering major improvements to users by the end of 2017. Web Engine is basically the core of the browser that runs all the content you receive as you browse the web.
This would result in much improved and faster browsing experience for both mobile and desktop users. As per Mozilla tech team, Pages will load faster, and scrolling will be silky smooth. Animations and interactive apps will respond instantly, and be able to handle more intensive content while holding consistent frame rates. And the content most important to you will automatically get the highest priority, focusing processing power where you need it the most. Mozilla, the maker of Firefox and Filezilla is trying hard to recover it share from Google Chrome and has recently introduced lot of enhancements for improved user experience. Google Chrome commands the Web browser market experience with over 57% Share followed by Safari and Firefox at 13% while the IE & Edge sits at close to 10%.