The first version of Firefox arrives, in Nightly mode, for Windows 10-based computers and ARM processors

Similar to Chrome Beta or even Chrome Canary, Firefox Nightly makes available to users new features that will later reach the general public.

Despite the bleeding of users, Firefox is the second most used browser and only the indisputable domain of Chrome prevents you from attacking the first place. Behind are other alternatives as is the case of Microsoft Edge (we are waiting to know how it works with Chromium) or Opera. And as if from the Microsoft Insider Program, Mozilla also offers a test version of Firefox.

Similar to Chrome Beta or even Chrome Canary, Firefox Nightly makes available to users new features that will later reach the general public. A possibility that until now escaped from the computers that made use of a processor with ARM architecture.

To remedy this situation Mozilla has announced the release of the first official compilation of Firefox Nightly for Windows 10 ARM. How in its traditional brothers, it is a version of the golden fox browser in full development in which to test solutions that will later reach the version for all users.

While it is still under development, it is obvious to say that it is a highly unstable version that puts on the table functions and improvements that have not yet been filtered and have not gone through all the necessary tests to guarantee its proper functioning. Therefore it is not convenient to use it as the main navigator and yes, as a second option for probates.

It is necessary to emphasize with Firefox in its version Nightly, Mozilla happens to be the first external developer to Microsoft that offers a navigator with the support of native form for Windows 10. The first advance, since we already knew that Chromium and Firefox will be two web browsers will arrive in Windows 10 ARM soon.

If you are interested in trying this version of Firefox Nightly for Windows 10 ARM, you can download it from this link always taking into account the errors and errors that you may suffer if you use it.