Pale Moon

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Pale Moon
Pale Moon version 26.0.0 on Windows 7
Type Web Browser
Development status Active
Engine Gecko
License Freeware, Open-Source

OS Windows, GNU/Linux, Android
R.A.M. 256MB
Permanent Storage 150MB

Pale Moon is a free, open-source fork of Mozilla Firefox. It uses its own browser engine, Goanna, which is a fork of Mozilla's Gecko engine. It is optimized to run especially well with Intel Atom processors, which are typically found in lower-end devices. It is sometimes used as an alternative to Mozilla Firefox because of preference, or political or religion-based boycott of Firefox.


  • Windows Vista/Windows 7/8/10/Server 2008 or later
  • A processor with SSE2 support
  • 256 MB of free RAM (512 MB or more recommended)
  • At least 150 MB of free (uncompressed) disk space


  • Other open-source forks of Firefox include Comodo IceDragon and Waterfox (Waterfox has 4 million downloads, but is now owned by a marketing firm).[1]


  1. New search engine from Waterfox founder aims to take a punch at Google

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