Advantage and disadvantage of the Firefox
Basically, Firefox Mozilla is the best web browser in this time and then you have any issue that is related to the Firefox browser so you can get the solution to the Firefox tech support.
Firefox is really helpful for the internet user because this is the best web browser. all people know that if one thing takes the benefit so, that things have the demit. Here we talked about advantage and disadvantage of the Firefox browser.
Advantages of Mozilla Firefox:
1. Speed. Firefox is reported to be the fastest browser when it comes to downloading speed. Not only do programs and files download faster, but you get a record of all your downloads in the form of a table, so you can erase or move them at your convenience.
2. Security. Firefox has some advanced security measures that protect your computer from [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spyware] and even certain viruses. Mozilla also comes with a state-of-the-art popup blocker that interrupts almost 100% of popups. 
3. Tabbed browsing and other advanced features. Tabbed browsing allows you to open an unlimited number of pages in a single window, thus helping you organize your browsing. Firefox also has an embedded memory, which means that if your computer is turned off by mistake, Firefox will remember which Internet pages you had open and offer to get them back for you.

Disadvantages of Mozilla Firefox:
1. Compatibility issues. The main disadvantage of Firefox is compatibility. Some websites do not show properly in Firefox and require you to view them with IE. This includes pages with ActiveX and [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VBScript], both of which are not supported by Firefox. 
2. Memory. Firefox takes a lot of memory to run. Even with an up-to-date computer, you may find that it becomes hard to run Firefox along with a couple of programs. Firefox also tends to freeze and close when too many tabs are open simultaneously, which is why Firefox invested heavily in creating the recovery memory feature. 
3. Interrupted service. Another disadvantage of Firefox is that downloads cannot be resumed if interrupted. This may not be a big deal if you have DSL service, but those on a dial-up connection may have a lot of trouble with this. Firefox was actually designed for people using high-speed Internet, which means dial-up users can run into many problems along the way.
If you have any issue that is related to the Firefox browser so you can get the solution to the Firefox tech support team. [http://firefoxsupport.com/about-firefox/] is available 24*7 hours in a week.