Comodo IceDragon

Browse the Internet with Comodo IceDragon for PC, a much faster and safer version of Mozilla Firefox which is totally compatible with all its add-ons


A safe browser based on Firefox

July 3, 2019
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These days, having good protection for online browsing is essential. Security has become the number one priority for any internet user and Comodo IceDragon is a browser that claims to have this area more than covered.

Similar to Firefox, but faster and safer

At least that is what its developers claim. In fact, it is developed from the Mozilla open code project, so if you are familiar with that, you will find it easy to adapt to the alternative offered by Comodo. However, they have also set about implementing specific functions and improvements to make IceDragon a more reliable browser, which is up to resolving basic online security issues when you go online.

These are the main features that it offers:

  • Lower consumption of PC resources.
  • Automatic web-page scanning from the browser.
  • Fast website uploading, thanks to the integrated DNS service.
  • Upgraded privacy and performance on the Firefox core.
  • Complete compatibility with Mozilla's add-ons.

If you are looking for an alternative to your usual browser – one that guarantees online security without being very different in terms of usability, then you should download and try out IceDragon from Comodo. We all know that online security has become a key issue in this second stage of the internet – where it is no longer about just about what we can see, but also about who can see us and gain access to our information. Using browsers with properly upgraded security is just common sense.

Requirements and additional information:

  • Minimum operating system requirements: Windows 7.
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