Mozilla's new browser called Prism is going to be launching soon and it will be a desktop search engine like the Google Chrome. It will have some new features that no other browser has yet to offer. The name of the browser is "Prism" after the email service for Mozilla. Mozilla is going to offer an add-on to the current Firefox browser for easy installation and removal of the current search box from the webpages that you visit.
You will find that this is similar to what the Firefox browser does, however the add-ons are not yet available for Firefox. This means that the only way that you can install these features in your browser is by downloading them through the Mozilla website. The Firefox website has been hacked many times over the years because of the many security issues that have been discovered and for this reason many people do not want to use it anymore. The Firefox homepage is now protected with the Firefox protection feature and this means that if you visit a webpage that is not signed either by Mozilla or by a trusted third-party then you will get warnings before you can proceed with the link. Therefore, if you do not want to go through all that hassle you can use the add-on called prism-webnotification to bypass these warnings.
Since Mozilla is offering the same type of add-on for their web browser as they do for the Firefox browser, there are many different web applications that are compatible with both Firefox and Mozilla. There are many free web applications that you can use for either the Firefox or the Mozilla Firefox browser. There are many differences between these two browsers, but the most common one is that the text in Microsoft Word is a bit different in Mozilla. One of the most popular web applications that you can use with either the Mozilla Firefox or the Microsoft Word is called spell-checker. This web application will help you with correcting the spelling errors in your documents. This application is very useful if you write a lot of articles because it helps you prevent mistakes when writing articles.