Yet another useful feature is coming to Mozilla Firefox. With Firefox 49 and above, it is possible to print web pages in simplified mode, where all the unnecessary elements will be stripped from the web page to clean it up and save printing resources. This will make the main content on the page more suitable for reading. For those who do not even wish to print the rest of the clutter, this is an extremely useful feature.
Recently, a new Containers feature was introduced in the Mozilla Firefox browser. If you found no use for this feature, you can easily disable it. Here is how to do that.
A new feature, called "Containers", has recently landed in Mozilla Firefox Nightly builds. With this new feature, you get a set of private tabs in addition to private windows which exist in current versions of the browser. Containers isolate tabs from each other so you can be logged in to two different user accounts for the same website, for example.
Vivaldi is a new browser from former developers of classic Opera 12.x. Vivaldi comes with a lot of innovative and exclusive features not present in mainstream browsers. One such feature is colorful tabs. Vivaldi is able to apply the dominant color of the opened page to the tab which is open and to its frame. VivaldiFox is a Firefox add-on which adds the same feature to Mozilla Firefox.
Firefox 50, which is currently in early development on the Nightly channel, will come with an improved search user interface. The browser will provide a new Ctrl + F behavior and look.
Following the release of Firefox 48 beta, Mozilla developers also announced the list of changes we can expect for Firefox 49. Let's see what they are.
Earlier, we noted that developers are going to enable multiprocess mode, known as process-per-tab or electrolysis (e10s) for 1% of users who do not use add-ons. Unlike the release version, Firefox 48 beta comes with electrolysis enabled for everyone.
Firefox 48, which is currently in the beta stage, is expected to be released to stable branch users in August 2016. A notable change Mozilla developers are going to enable by default in this release is the multiprocess mode, known as "electrolysis" or just e10s. This will be enabled for at least some users.
A new version of the popular Mozilla Firefox web browser is out today. Firefox 47 brings a number of interesting changes you might like. Let's see what changes the browser offers to the end user.
Mozilla Firefox is my browser of choice since most of the mainsteam browsers are Chromium-based, which I never liked for their non-customizable user interface. I can't even have multirow tabs in Chrome, so I switched to Firefox a long time ago. While the Vivaldi browser looks very promising for advanced users, I have not switched to this browser completely yet, since it is far from complete and a lot remains to be done. Today, I would like to share with you my list of favorite add-ons for Firefox, which I consider must-have for every user. Hopefully, you will find them useful too.