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Feren OS 2021.10 Available to Download

Feren OS is a desktop Linux distribution based on Ubuntu. Featuring the KDE Plasma desktop, the project’s latest snapshot is Feren OS 2021.10 which includes a new lock screen, new splash screen, and a customized Firefox experience.
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Free Software Foundation Introduces JShelter Browser Add-on

The Free Software Foundation has unveiled the project JShelter, which develops a browser add-on to protect against threats posed by JavaScript on websites, including hidden identification, movement tracking, and user data collection. The project code is distributed under the GPLv3 license. The add-on is prepared for Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Brave, Microsoft Edge, and other […]

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Firefox 93 Is Now Available for Download, Finally Enables AVIF Support by Default

Finally, after numerous delays, support for the next-generation AV1 Image File Format (AVIF) image format, which is based on the modern and royalty free AV1 video codec, is now enabled by default. It was supposed to land in Firefox 86 first, but it’s finally here in the Firefox 93 release. AVIF support in Firefox was […]

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Firefox 93 Released with AVIF Support, Insecure Download Protection

Firefox 93 adds support for AVIF image files, makes PDF form filling more robust, and protects against insecure downloads. More details? Find ’em inside.
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Firefox Suggest is a New Search Feature of Mozilla’s Web Browser

Firefox Suggest displays suggestions when users type in the Firefox address bar. The feature looks like search suggestions at first glance, a feature Firefox supported for a long time. However, suggestions from Firefox Suggest are not offered by the se…

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Ubuntu to Make Firefox Snap Default in 21.10

Ubuntu plans to make the Firefox Snap the default version for new installations of Ubuntu 21.10. A feature freeze exception (FFE) has been opened by Canonical’s Olivier Tilloy that seeks to replace the Firefox .deb package in the Ubuntu ‘se…

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: September 12th, 2021

This has been a great week, starting with the release of the Firefox 92 web browser and continuing with the latest HPLIP printer and scanner drivers with support for Linux Mint 20.2 “Uma” and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 operating systems, as well as a major Steam Client update for Linux gamers. The KDE Project […]

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The 4 Best Linux Browsers I’ve Used in 2021

Do web browsers make a computer more useful or does a computer make a web browser more useful? In modern-day computing, web browsers have essentially become an all-in-one tool. Google’s Chrome OS is legitimate proof of this statement. We are now able to run word processors, excel sheets, have video meetings, and more, directly from […]

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Firefox 93 Enters Public Beta Testing with AVIF Support Enabled by Default

Here we go again. Firefox’s (probably) most delayed feature, the enablement of support for the AVIF image format by default, is now planned for the next major release of the popular, open-source, free, and cross-platform web browser used by millions of users worldwide on both desktop and mobile platforms. Yes, I’m talking about Firefox 93, […]

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Firefox 92 Released with Only Minor Changes

Mozilla Firefox 92 is now available to download. The latest release of the popular open-source web browser is a modest one, containing only minor changes. Among the improvements the resurgent web browser gains are more secure HTTPS connections and full…

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Mozilla Firefox 92 Is Now Available for Download, Here’s What’s New

The new features and improvements implemented in the Firefox 92 web browser include the ability to automatically perform HTTPS upgrades when HTTPS RR is available (using HTTPS RR as Alt-Svc headers), updated bookmark toolbar menus to follow Firefox’s visual styles, and redesigned certificate error pages for a better user experience. In addition, this release promised […]

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Firefox 91 Available to Download, This is What’s New

Another month another Firefox update to enjoy. In this post we recap the what’s new in Firefox 90, and tell you how you can get the update on your system.
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Firefox 92 Enters Public Beta Testing with AVIF Support Enabled by Default (Again)

pport is enabled by default (yes, again, for the fourth time) and looks to be the biggest feature of Firefox 92, which is expected to see the light of day next month on September 7th. Mozilla kept delaying AVIF support by default because they wanted to implement more features like transparency and other advanced features, […]

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Mozilla Firefox 91 Arrives as the New ESR Series, Brings Back Simplified Printing

It’s been a little less than a month since Firefox 90 landed with FTP support completely removed, and now Firefox 91 is already here with various improvements and bug fixes, including the simplified printing feature for a clutter-free print preview page (available under More settings > Format > Simplified in the Print Preview dialog). However, […]

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Mozilla Firefox 91 Arrives as the New ESR Series, Brings Back Simplified Printing

It’s been a little less than a month since Firefox 90 landed with FTP support completely removed, and now Firefox 91 is already here with various improvements and bug fixes, including the simplified printing feature for a clutter-free print preview page (available under More settings > Format > Simplified in the Print Preview dialog). However, […]

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Brave vs Firefox: Which Open Source Browser is Better?

Here’s a comparison of Brave and Firefox, two of the most popular web browsers for privacy-conscious users and open-source enthusiasts.
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Firefox 90 Available to Download, This is What’s New

A new month means a new version of Firefox to download and enjoy. In this post we look at the various Firefox 90 changes – but spoiler: there aren’t many!
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Mozilla Firefox 90 Is Now Available for Download, Removes Built-In FTP Support

The biggest change in the Mozilla Firefox 90 release is the deprecation of FTP (File Transfer Protocol) support. Firefox follows in the footsteps of Google Chrome/Chromium, and other web browsers, to no longer allow access to ftp:// links. Mozilla started deprecating FTP support since Firefox 88, but users were able to re-enable the feature by […]

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Don’t Like Firefox’s New Look? Try These Tweaks

if Firefox’s fancy new look has left you feeling frustrated and out of sorts check out this trifecta of tweaks, all of which help tame the browser’s new UI.
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Firefox 89 Released with Brand New Look

A brand new version Mozilla Firefox is out, and it boasts a brand new look. Firefox 89 refreshes its user interface with new colours, new tabs, new icons, new menus, new dialogs, new new tab […]
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