Mozilla has released a new version of their famous browser, known as Firefox Focus. Currently it was released only for Android and iOS smartphones/tablets. In case you want to give it a try on your Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 based system, follow the steps in this tutorial.
Firefox Focus – The Privacy Web Browser
Firefox Focus, as its name suggests give importance to the privacy of its users. Think of it as a browser with the private mode always on.
In simple Firefox browser, you need to browse in private mode in order to allow the browser delete the history/cookies when you close it. This has been made more simple in Firefox Focus.
These days, people are paying closer attention to protecting their privacy and personal information. You never know when someone will try and use your data for their own purposes.
How to Browse with Firefox Focus Browser in Windows 7/8/10
The only method to try out Firefox Focus for PC in Windows at the moment is through utilization of Android or iOS emulator. There are lot of these softwares available free from the internet today. While most of these applications are newer (and still sorting through bugs and needed updates), a few that have been around the longest stand out. We like Bluestacks emulator, as Bluestacks 4 seems to have taken care of a lot of the user complaints made by users of many of the various emulator options.
To get started, download your emulator directly from the developer (and not from a random downloads page) in order to protect your device from spam or viruses. When done with installation of emulator like Bluestacks, launch it and search for Firefox Focus inside the PlayStore.
The main benefit of using Firefox Focus in Windows is that as soon as you close the Firefox Focus session in Windows, all the history, cookies etc. are deleted instantly, leaving behind no traces.