Now you can manually check for updates in Firefox using three methods.
Mozilla has made a minor change to the user interface of the browser. Firefox 86 adds 'Check for update' to the Help menu, so now you can quickly check for updates using it. There is a dedicated item for that.
How to Enable Backspace Key to Go Back in Mozilla Firefox
In the near future Mozilla will disable the history back navigation with the Backspace key. Currently, if you hit the Backspace key, you will directly go to a previous page in the browser history. This will no longer works starting in Firefox 86.
How to show the Firefox bookmarks toolbar only on the new tab page.
By default in Firefox the bookmarks toolbar appears on every open tab in the browser. You can toggle enable it with Ctrl + Shift + B, or show/hide using the browser's menu. What many users want is to have the bookmarks bar appear on the new tag page only, similar to what Google Chrome has. Here's how it can be done.
Mozilla today released Firefox 84 to the stable branch. This release is notable for being the last one that supports Adobe Flash. Overall changes are focused on performance and reliability, but there is also a few new features.
How to disable Sponsored Top Sites in the Mozilla Firefox web browser
For some users, Mozilla Firefox is displaying sponsored links in the address bar and on the new tab page. Links are marked as sponsored by Mozilla, and appear to a small group of users. Here is what those links are and how to disable them.
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