Windows PC users, up to the point where they wanted to download Firefox, had to do it the traditional way - downloading and installing the client. To make things easier, Mozilla now allows users to download the browser as a one-click installation through the Windows Store.
Microsoft's new approach to its App Store appears to be working. Earlier this year, the tech giant announced that it would increase revenue sharing for developers to attract more of them to its platform. Months later, the company updated its store policies to allow third parties such as Steam, Epic Games, and Amazon to host their apps in the Store. p>
Mozilla's new policies allowed the use of the Firefox browser in the launch of the Microsoft Store. It became the first major browser to hit the digital storefront. Like the traditional methods versions, the Microsoft Store version of Firefox includes all the latest browser features. p>
Older Microsoft policies required that every browser in their store used the Blink rendering engine. Firefox uses the Gecko engine, which means Mozilla will have to rewrite its browser to make it available in the Microsoft Store. However, this no longer applies to updated store policies. p>
Done Launch of the latest Firefox 94, which introduces Fireways Colorways, a new way to customize your experience with a panel of 18 themes to choose from. These themes will only be available in Firefox 94 and 95, but any color already installed will still be available through Extensions and Themes in Firefox 96 and later. p>
Check Available Colors Open Firefox. Select the three-column icon in the upper right corner and select "Plugins and Themes". Once there, open the Themes tab and scroll down to find 18 Colors. p>
Mozilla Firefox is now available for download through the Microsoft Store on Windows 10 and 11 / p>
Mozilla Firefox browser is coming to the Windows Store