Mozilla Foundations plans to change how the Firefox browser handles downloads. The current stable version of Firefox displays a download prompt when the user attempts to download a file. The prompt lets you open the file in a specific app or save it to the default directory. Future Firefox updates will ditch this long-standing technique in favor of the idea found in Chrome, Edge, and other Chromium-based browsers.
Mozilla today released Firefox 96 stable. The release is a security update without drastic changes inthe user interface The most important part of the its changelog are improvements and security fixes. However, there are a few things regular users may like.
Here is a bit of good news for all Linux Mint users. The team behind the popular distro signed an agreement with Mozilla. Now, Mint will ship Firefox without its customizations, which many users never liked.
After introducing a major design overhaul for Firefox, Mozilla Foundation now wants to polish some minor bits and pieces in its browser. Firefox 97, currently available in the Nightly channel (where preview builds come the earliest), received redesigned scrollbars.
On December 7, 2021, Mozilla released Firefox 95 with various improvements and optimizations. Besides, Firefox 95 arrived in the Microsoft Store, allowing Windows 10 and 11 users to get a popular alternative to mainstream Chromium without navigating to Firefox’s website
Yesterday, Mozilla made available a new Firefox version to stable version users. Firefox 95 is a minor release with mostly security and privacy improvements. Here are the key changes in this release.
Although Firefox is not the most popular browser, nor it offers the same compatibility level as Chrome or Edge, it is a solid alternative to mainstream Chromium-based solutions. Besides, in a world where one company adds eavesdropping APIs and another bloats its browser with cash grab features, Firefox is a breath of fresh air for privacy-minded users.
As promised earlier this year, Mozilla Foundation released the Firefox browser in the Microsoft Store. It is now available to download on computers running Windows 10 and 11.
Mozilla today updated the stable branch of the Firefox browser with a new version. Firefox 94 released, bringing much anticipated Colorways themes to everyone. Besides the new themes, there are background updates, improvements to Site Isolation, a Firefox Multi-Account Containers extension with Mozilla VPN integration, and more.
You can enable or disable the Close Tab confirmation in Firefox 94 thanks to the new option added to the browser. In a document on the official Mozilla Support website, Firefox developers revealed that Firefox 94 and newer versions of the browser no longer display the Close Tab warnings.