Pale Moon Browser 27 Alpha Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Mozilla on 18 July 2016 at 07:44 AM EDT. 26 Comments
MOZILLA --
The first alpha of Pale Moon 27 was released this weekend. Pale Moon continues to serve as a Mozilla Firefox derived open-source web-browser that sticks to the older Firefox user-interface and also uses a fork of the Gecko layout engine.

Pale Moon 27 Alpha 1 fixes various site compatibility issues, ECMAScript 6 improvements, MSE support, and more.

The Pale Moon road-map lays out more details in regards to future plans for those interested in this open-source web browser.

Interested users can download the Pale Moon 27 Alpha via PaleMoon.org.

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