Between the memory improvements in desktop Firefox and the overhauled Android app, Mozilla seems to be getting its groove back.
Upcoming release will add an extra level of protection between add-ons and Mozilla's popular browser.
Mozilla will drop support in October, after it ships Firefox 16.
Google's Chrome lost usage share for the fifth time in the last seven months, while Mozilla's Firefox gained share for the second consecutive month.
Now that you've mastered keyboard-powered bookmarks and downloads, let's focus on navigating your browser--without touching your mouse.
Another handy keyboard shortcut you should know, this one pops open your Downloads list.
More than 85 percent of all Firefox users have at least one add-on installed, Mozilla says.
Firefox 14 accounted for nearly half of all copies of the open-source browser in use just a week after its launch.
Want to improve your Web-browsing productivity? Learn the keyboard shortcut for bookmarking the page you're on.
Next version will improve memory management for users of add-ons and support Opus audio, developers say.