Pale Moon might be an alternative browser solution for many users. We switched from our previous browser primarily because Pale Moon permits tabs underneath the rest of the toolbars at the top of the page, a feature that we need because it reduces "mouse miles" and speeds up our research work.
The whole philosophy of Pale Moon is what made Mozilla Firefox popular in the good old days -- USER customizability, not tyranny by software programmers or other company types trying to be important and pushing their ideas and preferences on others against their will. The USER is king.
PALE MOON is not only a brilliant "fork" of Mozilla Firefox 28 but constitutes a continued development which does not adopt "Australis", i.e. the ill-advised Mozilla Firefox 29 and subsequent versions, which have seen Firefox market share plummet.
Here are some of the features which we pass on from the PaleMoon.org site, whose logo is ""Pale Moon -- Your Browser, Your Way"
- You are able to import existing Firefox profiles with the migration tool
- You have the option to put tabs not only above, but also BELOW the address bar -- this is working perfectly thus far
- Under the Pale Moon "Status Bar" preferences at the tab option "Address Bar" you can click "Show progress in the Address Bar - and the line style that appears in that bar: none, bottom, top or fill -- try it out -- great!
"Pale Moon is a free and open-source web browser based on Mozilla Firefox, available for Linux, Windows, and Android, developed and distributed by Dutch developer M.C. Straver. Pale Moon is a fork of Firefox, retaining the fully customizable user interface as seen in the previous era of the Firefox browser, and focusing on the core tasks of web browsing."