Firefox is ditching the file download prompt

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 is preparing a service to remove personal information from the Internet

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.

Firefox 94 released with fancy Colorways themes

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.