Articles Tagged Firefox

News articles, tutorials, add-ons and other miscellaneous tips for the Mozilla Firefox Web Browser.

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Firefox 66 Released, This is What’s Changed

Mozilla Firefox 66 is available to download on desktop and Android. We look at the new features, bug fixes and key improvements this update brings.

19 March 2019
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Firefox Send is a Free, Encrypted File Sharing Service

Firefox Send is a free, encrypted file sharing service from Mozilla that lets you anonymously share files up to 1GB.

14 March 2019
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Firefox 66 Makes It Easier to Search Open Tabs

A new feature in Firefox 66 makes it easier to search open tabs to find a specific tab. While this addition won’t change the way the world uses the internet, it will improve things for […]

6 February 2019
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Firefox 66 Will Use CSD By Default on Linux

Firefox 66 will enable CSD by default on Linux desktops. The feature combines the title bar and tab bar into one unified bar, saving space.

28 January 2019
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Welp! Mozilla Has Axed Firefox Test Pilot

If you were a fan of the Mozilla Test Pilot programme, I’ve some bad news to share: it’s being axed. Mozilla has announced that is closing the Test Pilot programme effective January 22, 2019. Launched three […]

16 January 2019
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Firefox 63 Released with Tab Switcher Changes, More Robust Web Extensions

A new version of the Mozilla Firefox web browser is now available to download. Firefox 63.0 serves as the latest update and comes packed with a compelling crop of new features and other improvements. Out of […]

23 October 2018
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Linux Release Roundup: Firefox, Nextcloud, Nano + More

The Linux landscape exists in a state of constant flux, with new distro releases, kernels, apps and other updates appearing all the time. In our Linux Release Roundup series we collate the latest app, software and […]

10 September 2018
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Firefox Advance Uses Your Browser History to Recommend Web Content

If you’re short on things to read — seriously? — be sure to check out the latest experiment in the Firefox Test Pilot program. It’s called Advance and it aims to ‘advance’ you past the site you’re currently gawping at […]

8 August 2018
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Firefox is (Finally) Bringing Out-of-Process Extensions to Linux

Firefox users on Windows have been benefitting from out-of-process extensions for almost a year — now the feature is finally making its way to Linux. Firefox 63, due for release later this year, will be the first release […]

3 August 2018
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Firefox is getting a new logo, and Mozilla wants your opinion on it

The familiar swoosh-tailed Firefox logo could soon be a thing of the past. Mozilla has announced that it is redesigning the iconic Firefox logo with input from users. In blog post titled ‘Evolving the Firefox […]

31 July 2018
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Notes by Firefox Now Lets You Sync Notes Between Desktop and Android

Mozilla has released a note taking app for Android that syncs with the Firefox browser on the desktop. Called (rather simply) ‘Notes by Firefox‘, the feature offers basic, encrypted note taking in the browser and via a […]

11 July 2018
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Firefox 61 Makes Switching Tabs Faster on Linux

A new version of the venerable Mozilla Firefox web browser has been released. Firefox 61 is a modest update. Performance improvements and bug fixes make up the bulk of the changes on offer, along with a […]

27 June 2018