Mozilla today published the extension roadmap for Firefox, which reveals a huge shift with extensions in the browser. With the release of Firefox 57, support for all classic XUL extensions will be discontinued.
A new version of the popular Mozilla Firefox browser was released today. Here are the key changes you need to know about for this release.
Firefox 53 is getting two new themes. Mozilla has created a couple of "compact" themes which look special and modern.
If you have a bunch of passwords saved in Firefox, it can be useful to export them to a file. When you re-install the operating system or the Firefox browser, you will be able to restore this list of passwords that you saved for various web sites. Here is how.
Another release of the popular Mozilla Firefox browser is out today. Version 50 features a number changes you may like. Let's see what Mozilla developers prepared for us.
A few days ago, Mozilla introduced its new project, "Quantum", which is aimed at providing a new, notably improved engine for the Firefox browser. It will be Gecko-based and should bring many enhancements to Gecko's performance, thanks to increased concurrency and parallelism, reduced latency, and better reliability provided by the Rust code language and its features.
If you use multiple profiles of the Firefox browser simultaneously, assigning each profile its own icon or title can be really useful. This allows you to find the Firefox instance you need to switch to at any moment. Here is how it can be done.
Mozilla Firefox is undergoing a lot of changes these days. Mozilla developers are removing support for NPAPI plugins from Firefox. The change has already reached the Nightly branch of the browser.
Starting with Firefox 48, Mozilla made the add-on signature enforcement mandatory. The user cannot disable it using the about:config flag or using any other method. Here is a hack which will allow you to bypass the requirement and install unsigned addons in the browser.
There is bad news from the Firefox camp for Windows XP users. Mozilla, developers of the popular browser have decided to terminate support for Windows XP and Windows Vista starting with Firefox 53.