Mozilla has released Firefox 90 with some big changes. It includes SmartBlock 2.0 which handles Facebook scripts better and it brings software WebRender to installs without hardware acceleration.
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Mozilla has released Firefox 84. It brings WebRender to more systems including some Linux computers, it's the last version to support Adobe Flash and it now supports Apple Silicon CPUs natively.
Mozilla has just released Firefox 83. It comes with lots of changes including better performance from the SpiderMonkey engine and emulated support for Apple's M1 chip with native support due.
Firefox 82 has been launched today. It includes improvements to picture-in-picture and brings speed enhancements. Mozilla has continued rolling out WebRender to more Windows users too.
Mozilla has released Firefox 67 onto the stable branch. The update is pretty big with initial support for WebRender and the inclusion of a cryptomining and fingerprinting blocker to enhance privacy.
Mozilla is planning to deploy WebRender with the release of Firefox 67. According to a post on Reddit, only about 5% of users will get the new feature initially and it may be restricted to Windows 10.