During the weekend, Kim Dotcom and his associates have unveiled a Firefox extension entirely thought to Mega , the worthy successor of the late Megaupload. All users using the browser of the Mozilla Foundation and extends more connected to the service during the last few hours and have been surprised to discover the presence of a nice message inviting them to download the tool. A tool that promises a significant improvement of all transfers passing through the platform and should interest all those who have to juggle large files.
If you believe the information provided by this message, then this extension would have two objectives: to improve the speed of transfers transiting Mega, and allow users to download unlimited files with no size restriction. It is rather amusing considering the fact that Mega has been ever since its launch, promote Chrome.
One point that was raised by many users and even had some teeth gnashing. We must also say that Kim and his friends are not gone dead hand because each person logging in from another browser Mega then saw a message appear particularly scathing: "Mega tears with Google Chrome. Be careful, you are using a browser exceeded, which will negatively affect the performance of your transfers. Experts were then addressed the issue and it was then found that the results obtained with Firefox was twice lower than those obtained with the Google browser.
The purpose of this extension is clear, it is simply to improve the user experience for all users wishing to use Mega from Firefox. And from my own tests, it seems indeed that the installation of this extension has a very positive impact on transfer speeds.
And you, then, is the same thing?
Otherwise, speaking of Mega, you'll no doubt be delighted to learn that Kim Dotcom also announced on Twitter the impending a client dedicated to his new service , customers who turn into a Dropbox-like and which will allow you to manage all your files and all your files from the file explorer of your bike. Note, however, that this famous client should arrive first on Windows, and then on Mac OS or Linux. In any case, this is what was originally planned if my memory serves me correctly.