In addition to the classic Find feature, which provides a search toolbar after you press the Ctrl + F hotkey, version 63 of the Firefox browser includes an extra Quick Find feature. If you find it annoying, here is how to disable it.
Starting in Firefox 63, which was released recently, the browser includes a new bookmark dialog that appears every time you add a bookmark. Here is how to disable or re-enable it.
Mozilla yesterday released Mozilla Firefox 63. Starting with this version, the browser follows the system app theme. If you set the 'Dark' theme as your system and app theme in Windows 10, Firefox will automatically apply the appropriate built-in theme. If you are not happy with this behavior, here is how to disable it.
Firefox 63 was released yesterday. The browser includes a newly added experimental support for the open source patent-free codec AV1, which is disabled by default. Here is how to enable it.
For users from the United States, Firefox 63 displays a couple of search shortcuts. As of this writing, the browser shows Google and Amazon searches. Here is how to remove them.
Starting in Firefox 63, pressing Ctrl + Tab opens a new dialog that reminds of the Alt + Tab dialog of Windows. It shows thumbnail previews of all open tabs. This feature is enabled for users with a clean or new profile. If you are not happy with this change, here is how to restore the classic way of switching between tabs with the Ctrl + Tab shortcut keys.
Starting in Firefox 63, it is not possible to disable updates of the browser. Developers have removed the appropriate option from the browser's settings. Here is a solution you can apply.
Mozilla is releasing Firefox 63 to the stable branch. Here are the key changes in this version.