FIREFOX ESR 52 VS OPERA 36
"We compare Firefox ESR 52 VS Opera 36 to find out which is the fastest browser when using HTML5, Octane and Sunspider with Windows XP."
FIREFOX ESR 52
"Firefox ESR 52 WebAssembly, an emerging standard that brings near native performance to Web based games, apps, and software libraries without the use of plugins with Firefox ESR 52."
"Firefox ESR 52 Added automatic captive portal detection, access to Wi Fi hotspots. Internet via a captive portal, Firefox will alert users and open the portal login page in a new tab with Firefox ESR 52."
"Firefox ESR 52 Implemented the Strict Secure Cookies which forbids insecure HTTP sites from setting cookies with the "secure" attribute. In some cases, this will prevent an insecure site from setting a cookie with the same name as an existing "secure" cookie from the Firefox ESR 52 same base domain."
"Firefox ESR 52 Added user warnings for non secure HTTP pages with logins. Firefox now displays a This connection is not secure message when users click into the username and password fields on pages that don't use HTTPS with Firefox ESR 52."
"Firefox ESR 52 Removed support for Netscape Plugin API (NPAPI) plugins other than Flash. Silverlight, Java, Acrobat and the like are no longer supported with Firefox ESR 52."
"Firefox ESR 52 Migrated Firefox users on Windows XP and Windows Vista operating systems to the extended support release (ESR) version of Firefox ESR 52."
"Firefox ESR 52 Various security fixes Improved text input for third party keyboard layouts on Windows. This will address some keyboard layouts that have chained dead keys input two or more characters with a non printable key or a dead key sequence input a character even when a dead key sequence failed to compose a character with Firefox ESR 52."
"Opera 36 In April, Google and Mozilla would no longer support Windows XP and Windows Vista. This means that Firefox and Chrome users on either of these platforms are no longer receiving bug fixes or security updates. Opera remains the only major browser that takes care of these users with Opera 36."
"Opera 36 is now the only major browser that continues to provide security updates for its Windows XP and Windows Vista version. Today, the first security update for this version is being released to provide millions of users worldwide with secure Opera 36 browsing."
"Opera 36 According to Netmarketshare's figures, 10.34% of all computer users use Windows XP, a number that hasn't discernibly changed since April. This means that 10% of all desktop users are very loyal to their platform but they also need to take action to make sure they're using a secure Opera 36 browser."
"Opera 36 We hope these fixes will help to keep the browser a tiny bit more secure and stable. Opera 36 users will receive the update automatically; it is also available on opera.com for them with Opera 36."
"Opera 36 Some of you may know that the last Opera version compatible with Windows XP and Vista was Opera 36, which is based on Chrome version 49. We promised we would continue to issue security updates and crash fixes to the Opera 36 branch, and this is our first such update with backports of fixes for some security issues that were fixed in Opera 37, based on Chrome 50 with Opera 36."
"Opera 36 we still urge those users of Windows XP and Vista to switch to an OS that is actively supported so they can enjoy the latest browser versions with more features and better Opera 36 security."
"Opera 36 If you still use another browser on these platforms we encourage you to switch to Opera. Migrating to Opera from another browser is really easy. When you run it for the first time, you'll be prompted to automatically import your bookmarks and Opera 36."
FIREFOX ESR 52 VS OPERA 36