Mozilla has been making improvements to Firefox 90 so that it integrates better on macOS. The changes include scrollbars that squish when rubber-banding, native fullscreen support, and more.
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Firefox Nightly on Windows 10 has a new feature called skeleton UI. Launching Firefox for the first time after boot can be slow but the skeleton UI shows a window to show the browser is loading.
Mozilla has added support for lazy loading of images and iframes in the latest Nightly build of Firefox. It's disabled by default but enabling it to try out is simple enough, here's how to do it.
Mozilla has launched a new developer tool in Firefox Nightly for macOS called Firefox Replay. The new tool allows developers to efficiently test their code. Cross-platform support will come later.
Mozilla Firefox 72 is due for release in the new year. One of the new features that will arrive for Firefox on Windows users is adaptive scrollbars which change colour to match the website.
One of the latest Firefox Nightly builds now stops notification permissions being displayed by default. Users will now have to press the notification icon before they can allow notifications.
Mozilla has recently added a new feature to its Firefox Nightly builds that allows users to set a search engine for normal browsing and private browsing. It could help the firm bring in more money.
Mozilla has deprecated TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in the latest Firefox Nightly builds. The move comes in preparation for most major browsers, including Chrome, disabling those protocols in March next year.
Two years in the making, Firefox will soon pick up CSS scroll anchoring support to facilitate a smoother browsing experience for users. The feature is available now in the latest nightly builds.
Mozilla today announced that it will change Firefox's behavior in regards to user tracking, blocking especially harmful trackers by default to improve speed and security while using the browser.