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Mozilla Firefox 128 Released, This is (Mostly) What’s New

Mozilla Firefox 128 is now available download, freshly stocked with some sweet new features. It’s been three weeks since Firefox 127 delivered a deft new way to get rid of duplicate tabs, bolstered security by auto-upgrading mixed-content elements in webpages, and souped-up its in-page screenshot capabilities. And Firefox 128 adds a clutch of canny changes of its own, including a faster way to use the browser’s built-in (privacy-friendly) translation feature. For more details, scroll on! What’s new in Firefox 128? Cruft accumulates as you browse the web, like your web browsing and search history, media cache, cookies (not all cookies are evil, […]

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