A few days ago, Mozilla's Georg Fritzsche published information that the company has a plan to collect extra data about your browsing pages. This data collection is supposed to be in a privacy-preserving way. According to the source, this data will help the Firefox product team improve the browser.
Mozilla Firefox 55 comes with search suggestions enabled by default in the address bar of the browser. While many people might like this change, there are some who do not want to see those suggestions in their browser. If you want to disable this feature, follow the instructions in this article.
As you may already know, starting with Firefox 54 the browser comes with a new Screenshots feature which allows the user to capture an opened web page and save it to a file or upload for sharing. In this article, we will see how to enable the Screenshot toolbar button in Firefox for faster access to this feature.
A new version of the popular Mozilla Firefox browser is out. Version 55 features a new Permissions UI for WebExtensions, Adobe Flash plugin restrictions out of the box, a new Performance page in options and more.
Mozilla has revealed that 64-bit Firefox will soon become the default build for 64-bit Windows versions. In the near future, users whose PCs fit the hardware requirement will be migrated to Firefox 64-bit automatically.
A new version of the popular Mozilla Firefox browser is out. Version 54 features Screenshots, Mobile bookmarks, a refined user interface for downloads and multiprocess content processes.
In recent builds of Firefox Nightly, you can find a new feature called Firefox Screenshots. It will allow you to capture a visible portion of an opened page or the whole page including the portion which is not visible without scrolling. With a single click, you can upload your screenshots and get a link to share with your friends.
Starting with Mozilla Firefox 52, the browser shows a security warning when you are logging in to a non-https web site: This Connection Is Not Secure. Logins Entered Here Could Be Compromised. This is a very annoying message, and here is how you can disable this feature.
A new stable version of the popular Firefox browser was released today. This is the first version of the browser which has support for classic NPAPI plugins disabled. Let's see what else has changed.
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.