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Linux Mint Partnership with Mozilla to Improve Firefox in Linux Mint

Linux Mint recently announced a partnership with Mozilla. According to Clement Lefebvre, this is both a commercial and technical partnership to improve the Firefox web browser in Linux Mint. Learn more here.
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Firefox 96 is Available to Download, This is What’s New

We look at what’s new in Firefox 96, show a few screenshots, and give you a download link you don’t need as Ubuntu comes with Firefox pre-installed.
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Firefox 96 Is Now Available for Download, Here’s What’s New

Firefox 96 is here as the first release of the open-source web browser in 2022, bringing a handful of modest performance and security improvements to make your web browsing experience more stable, reliable, and secure. The new Firefox release significantly reduces the main thread load, improves noise-suppression and auto-gain-control, and slightly improves echo-cancellation to provide […]

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Linux Mint Announces New Deal with Mozilla

Linux Mint and Mozilla have announced a new partnership deal. Announced today, the commercial tie-up means Firefox will continue to remain Linux Mint’s default web browser but, crucially, no longer ship with Mint-specific customisations. Don&#821…

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Adwaita Fan? Check Out This Epic Theme for Firefox

This Adwaita theme for Mozilla Firefox transforms the browser’s appearance into one more suited to the modern Linux desktop. Learn how to get it inside!
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How to Install Opera Browser on openSUSE Leap 15

In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Opera Browser on openSUSE Leap 15. This is an alternative internet browser to the default Firefox browser.
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How to Install Vivaldi Browser on openSUSE Leap 15

In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Vivaldi Browser on openSUSE Leap 15 as an alternative Internet Browser to the default Firefox.
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How to Install Rust Programming Language on Debian 11

Rust has been adopted by hundreds of big companies in production environments. From applications like Dropbox, Firefox, and Cloudflare, to embedded devices and scalable web services, Rust can be used on all of those types of applications and deployments. In this guide, you will learn how to install Rust programming language on Debian 11 Bullseye. […]

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How to Install Firefox Next (Beta) or Firefox Quantum (Nightly) on Pop!_OS

In the tutorial, you will learn how to add and install the beta and nightly build for Firefox using a PPA maintained by the Mozilla team on your Pop!_OS desktop.
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postmarketOS 21.12 Improves Firefox UI and Support

postmarketOS 21.12, which is based on Alpine Linux 3.15 comes to expand the number of supported devices and with improvements to the user interface, the support of virtual consoles, and the adaptation of Firefox.
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Firefox I Love You, But Shut Up (aka How to Disable Firefox Recommendations)

Before I get going let me say: I think Firefox is a fantastic browser and a ton of great people work on it. It’s does amazing things. I’d scare myself if I tried imagining what the modern web landscape would look like without it. However… I…

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: December 12th, 2021

This week has been really great with lots of cool stuff for everyone, starting with the launch of the Firefox 95 web browser and the Tails 4.25 anonymous OS, and continuing with a new release of the Gentoo-based Calculate Linux distro, a new Kali Linux release for ethical hackers, and the long-anticipated Zorin OS 16 […]

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Firefox 96 Enters Public Beta Testing with Several Improvements

Firefox 96 isn’t a major update, but it’s the first release of the open-source web browser in 2022 and introduces several performance and security improvements to make your browsing experience more enjoyable, reliable, and safe. For example, the upcoming Firefox release significantly reduces the main thread load, improves noise-suppression and auto-gain-control, slightly improves echo-cancellation, and […]

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Firefox 95 Available with New Picture-in-Picture Feature, More

Firefox 95 is here as the last release of the web browser in 2021, coming seven weeks after Firefox 94. It’s not a big update, but it brings a few cool changes to make your web browsing experience more enjoyable and secure. This release further improves the Picture-in-Picture (PiP) feature with a new right-click context […]

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Firefox 95 Enhances Security, Slack, and CPU Usage

Mozilla Firefox 95 is now available to download. The latest stable release of this flagship FOSS browser comes with a couple of interesting feature tweaks, improved online security, and lower CPU usage too. We’ll start with the most obvious chang…

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Safeguard Your Email Address from Spam Using Firefox Relay

You can now protect your email addresses from spammers using Firefox Relay with premium service and unlimited aliases. Read on for everything you need to know.
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Mozilla Plays Matchmaker: Microsoft Store Now Offers Firefox for Windows 10, 11

A dozen years ago, the notion of Microsoft doing anything to make it easier for Windows users to find and install open-source software would’ve been unthinkable. But that was then, and this is now. This week, the impossible happened. The Microsoft Sto…

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Tor Browser 11.0 Comes Based on Firefox ESR 91

Tor is a network of virtual tunnels that allows people and groups to improve their privacy and security on the Internet. Tor Browser 11.0 is the new stable version available to all internet users who seek to avoid easy-to-track web communications, base…

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Firefox Makes Changes to Add-on Policy to Better Protect Users

Changes to Firefox’s add-on policies that were announced on Wednesday, focus on privacy and security and will go into effect on December 1, 2021.
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Firefox 94 Brings Colors and Gains Security

The latest stable version of the Firefox web browser, version 94, is now rolling out. There’s quite a bit going on with a couple of new features, some add-ons updates, and a whole lot of performance fixes and improvements.
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