Qualcomm announced today that it is working with Mozilla to release a version of native Firefox for ever-enabled Windows computers with the Snapdragon chipset. This 64-bit version of Firefox is released with the goal of better performance for these computers.
Firefox wants to assign the processing of each browser crash to one of the processor cores, which Qualcomm can easily do with its 8-core processor . Firefox wrote about this collaboration on its official blog:
Mozilla is excited about working with Qualcomm and optimizing Firefox. We look forward to providing the ultimate in speed and great user experience for always-on, always connected and multi-core computers on the Snapdragon platform with Windows 10.
Currently, the beta version of Firefox is available to users, and those who have access to always-on computers with Snapdragon processors can use the beta version of Firefox.
In several studies conducted by reputable websites, Firefox's performance on Qualcomm's 8-core processor seems to be quite acceptable, and it can process multiple tabs simultaneously without any problems.
In addition to Firefox, Google appears to be working with Microsoft to improve the performance of Chrome for ARM processors.
Both Firefox and Chrome are popular browsers, each of which can take up a lot of resources on laptops and home computers. But with 64-bit architecture, they can perform better.Source