Mozilla Firefox users and web developers might be using its View Source feature. It allows you to see the HTML markup of the currently opened page. Until now, it always opened in a separate browser window. Starting with Firefox 41, which is currently available in the Nightly channel, this behavior has changed.
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Several versions ago, Mozilla Firefox introduced a different new tab page which comes with thumbnails for recently visited websites. It might remind you of the good old Speed Dial feature from the now-discontinued Opera 12 browser. Many users complained that they would like to have more thumbnails on the New Tab page in Firefox. However, the browser does not offer any settings to control this. In this article, we will see how to bypass this limitation and get more thumbnails on the Firefox New Tab page.
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Mozilla has announced a new kind of ads for the Firefox browser. This new feature is called "Suggested Tiles" and will show you special tiles of recommended sites based on your activity (browsing history) and interests. Mozilla claims that the feature will be rolled out to Firefox Beta 39. If you are not happy to see such tiles in your Firefox browser, it is possible to get rid of them. In this article we will see how to disable suggested tiles in Firefox.
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With Firefox 38.0.5, which is in Beta stage at the moment of this writing, Mozilla enabled a Reader View feature by default. Reader View strips out unnecessary elements from the opened web page, reflows the text and turns it into a cleaner looking text document without ads, menus and scripts, so the user can focus on reading the text content. If you are not going to use it, you might be interested in disabling Reader View and hide its icon from the address bar.
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If you use the beta or Nightly version of Mozilla Firefox, you might have noticed that it now comes with an integrated service called Pocket. Pocket is a third party service which allows you to send the opened page to your Pocket account and read it later from another device such as a tablet or another PC. If you are not happy to see a third party service integrated in your Firefox, here is how to disable the Pocket integration.
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As you might be knowing, Firefox 38 ships with a proprietary DRM component from Adobe. While it can be disabled as described HERE, some users may not want to perform additional tweaks to every installation of Firefox to disable the DRM. Mozilla understands this, so they have provided a separate DRM-free version of the Firefox browser for download.
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Mozilla just released a new version of Firefox. With Firefox 38, there is a new DRM system bundled with the browser. In this article we will see what is that DRM system and how to disable it.
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Firefox 40, which is available for Nightly users only as of now, comes with an updated add-ons manager with a refreshed UI and add-on signature checking. Let's explore what this feature does.
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If you use the popular Mozilla Firefox browser, here is good news for you: there is a new feature in the browser, Performance Monitor. It has appeared in Firefox 40, which is in the Nightly state as of this writing. Let's learn more about this new feature.
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