space required?

How much space Foxfire requires for downloading? How to operate optimally?


For the storage of these figures are somewhat obsolete. The binary is about 35 MB uncompressed after installation, it's about 60 MB and depending on the amount of storage available on the device it will use 2 to ~ 60 MB for implementing caching of downloaded files.

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