Mozilla is releasing a new version of their popular Firefox browser to the stable branch. Firefox 70 is now available, bringing WebRender to a larger number of users, comes with privacy and safety enhancements, and user interface improvements, including a new logo, a geolocation indicator, native (system) dark theme support for internal pages on Windows, and much more.
Mozilla is working on a page translation feature, similar to the one in Google Chrome. If you are a Firefox user, soon you will be able to right-click on a page in Firefox and translate it to your native language.
Firefox users know that currently Mozilla releases a new stable version of the browser every 6 to 8 weeks. This established release cycle will be changed soon. After two upcoming versions, Mozilla will issue new Firefox versions even more frequently.
Mozilla relaunches the Firefox Test Pilot program, which was previously suspended in January 2019. A new feature the company is currently testing is 'Firefox Private Network', a private proxy service powered by Cloudflare.
How to Disable or Enable Content Blocking for Individual Sites in Firefox
Starting in Firefox 69, the browser comes with the content blocking feature enabled by default. This is implemented as a set of options that protect users from online threats and tracking. The protection works transparently by excluding certain page elements and scripts. This makes the page content load faster, but can affect the web site's functionality.
How to Enable Loading of userChrome.css and userContent.css in Firefox
Starting in Firefox 69, the browser does not load userChrome.css or userContent.css by default. Users who use these files to tweak and customize their Firefox may want to re-enable them. Thankfully, it is easily can be done. There is a special option you need to turn on the about:config page.
Mozilla is releasing a new version of their popular Firefox browser to the stable branch. Firefox 69 includes improvements made to performance, content blocking, and tracking protection. Also, the browser changes the behavior for Flash.
How to Remove Individual Autocomplete Suggestions in Firefox 68
After you have entered some text into the address bar Firefox may remember the term you typed. Whether it is a URL/website address or some search term that you typed, the browser will keep it in the history and offer the term to you next time you start typing the matching text in the address bar. In Firefox 68 the method use can use to remove individual suggestion entries without clearing the browsing history has changed. Let's see how it can be done.
How to Disable Extension Recommendations in Firefox 68 Add-ons Manager
Mozilla today released Firefox 68, a new version of the popular browser. One of its new features is extension recommendations which appear in the add-ons manager. Here's how to disable extension recommendations if you are not happy to see them.
Mozilla is releasing a new version of their popular Firefox browser to the stable branch. Firefox 68 is out with focus on add-on management improvements. Let's see what is new in this release.