I noticed earlier today, DL'ing now but will try on another machine.
The new rendering sounds promising but my worry is with the extensions. Half the extensions I use are for browser extensibility that the likes of Vivaldi have built in anyway (like vertical tabs, gestures, blocking Flash). As much as I'm hoping, I've got real doubts that such things will be standard. Judging by the pictures I've seen, it's like they've taken on the minimalist Edge philosophy and if anything there'll be feature deletion.
ed - and as usual, they have an annoying stub installer which downloads every time it's run.
Proper offline installers here, I believe we'd probably want the US English version https://www.mozilla....US/firefox/all/
Also... there seems to be a distinct 64 bit version. No idea if in fact they've created a proper 64 bit version (which would probably render Waterfox obsolete). Checked the Waterfox page, no movement there yet.
Edited by Rybags, 15 November 2017 - 03:03 PM.