The Firefox browser has been updated to version 92.0.1. This update to the Release channel rolled out on September 23, 2021. Firefox 92.0.1 comes with two fixes: All Linux systems should now have all audio playback issues resolved, and all operating systems should have the findbar close button working properly now. Mozilla is aware of […]
Firefox Release News
Mozilla Firefox is the world’s most-used open-source browser. Developed by the Mozilla Foundation and its subsidiary the Mozilla Corporation, Firefox uses the Gecko rendering engine as a pose to EdgeHTML or the Blink engine as we’ve seen with leading alternatives.
Even though Firefox doesn’t run on a Chromium foundation, it’s still a great browser. Firefox comes with its own set of unique browser extensions, but since it has a stern following, enough support is there for a robust ecosystem. In fact, Firefox had a long history of being the go-to browser for extensions and was well-known for its extensive toolbar.
The Firefox release channel is the browser with the official builds available to the general public. These are final release builds. Those wanting early release builds, can check the Firefox Dev/Beta channels.
The Firefox browser has been updated to version 91.0.2. This update to the Release channel was released on August 24, 2021. Firefox 91.0.2 brings two fixes over the previous browser version: High Contrast Mode is no longer enabled by default when it shouldn’t be, and Firefox no longer clears authentication data when purging trackers. Some […]
The Firefox browser has been updated to version 90.0.2. This update to the Release channel was released on July 22, 2021. Firefox 90.0.2 has fixed two bugs: the PDF output is no longer being cut off and the menu is now more visible. The first bug occurred during truncated output when printing would happen when […]
The Firefox browser has been updated to version 92.0. This update to the Release channel was released on September 7, 2021. Firefix 92.0 can automaticaly update HTTP connections to HTTPS by using HTTPS RR as Alt-Svc headers. You can also use full-range color levels for video playback (note though that Mozilla says for “many systems” […]
The Firefox browser has been updated to build number 90.0. This build was first available to Release channel users on July 13, 2021, and comes with several noteworthy features. Most notably, it allows for Windows updates to be installed in the background while Firefox isn’t running. As you may know, Windows has been updated to […]
The Firefox browser has been updated to version 89.0.1. This update first rolled out to the Release channel on June 17. Firefox 89.0.1 has fixed several problems. Most notably, the bug that was causing some screen readers to not work properly with Firefox has been solved. Firefox has also added some language improvements to some […]
Firefox has been updated to version 89.0. This is a major update and as suggested by the notation is the first release of Firefox 89. Arguably the best feature to come from Firefox 89.0 is the changes made toward the top of the browser. Immediately as you open the browser window you’ll notice the tab […]
Mozilla Firefox has been updated to version 88.0.1. This update first rolled out to the Release channel on May 5. It comes with the following fixes listed after the jump. Resolved an issue caused by a recent Widevine plugin update which prevented some purchased video content from playing correctly (bug 1705138) Fixed corruption of videos […]
Mozilla Firefox 88.0 is now available to download and is also rolling out to computers over the next few days. As we write this, we don’t have it on our computers just yet but we do know of the new features regardless. The article will be updated with Firefox 88 screenshot and official changelog (also […]
Mozilla Firefox 87.0 is now available to download and will also begin rolling out to computers automatically. Firefox 87 comes with SmartBlock for private browsing and several more noteworthy features. SmartBlock for private browsing means Firefox will mean automatically attempt to fix webpages that are broken by Firefox’s tracking mechanisms, meaning you should still have […]
What’s New in Firefox 83: Search Web from Address Bar, HTTPS-Only Mode, Picture-in-Picture Mode, Pinch Zooming, and More
Firefox 83 has been released and it available for download from the Firefox website. Firefox 83 comes with good new features such as the ability to search Google directly from the address bar, HTTPS-Only Mode, Picture-in-Picture Mode, and pinch to zoom. It also comes with plenty of general fixes and improvements. Firefox has been based […]
The world’s most popular open-source emailing client, Thunderbird, was recently updated to Thunderbird 78. The major release was a significant upgrade, and brought with it a host of new features such as color customization of folder pane icons, additional enterprise policies, the preference to disable OpenPGP functionality, the chance to add event preview to ICS […]
Thunderbird 78 has been updated to 78.0.1. Thunderbird 87 had four beta versions that already resulted in any improvements being made, but version 78.0.1 comes with 11 new fixes that make it better than the initial Thunderbird 78 release. Thunderbird 78 doesn’t support classic XUL add-ons like its predecessors did, but you do get some […]
Thunderbird 78 Released: Add Multiple Email Addresses per Field, New Icon Colors for Folders, and More
The popular open-source email client RSS Thunderbird has just been updated to a new major release named Thunderbird 78. The new version of the leading open source email client comes with the option to add multiple email addresses per field, the chance to add colors to folders, a new message column with icons to select, […]
Extensions are a large part of what makes a web browser’s world go around. In fact, extensions are generally a large part of what makes development these days on most platforms go around. Gone are the days when you were expected to add code to get development on the Web to function. But with browsers, […]