The pre-installed Firefox browser in Ubuntu 22.04 finally to add back the ability to install Gnome Shell Extensions. As you may know, Firefox in Ubuntu 22.04 defaults to Snap package that runs in sandbox. It however lacks the feature to exchange messages with native applications. So, you’ll find that the password manager integration (e.g., KeePassXC […]Read More
Ubuntu’s beleaguered Firefox Snap package is tackling another of longstanding criticism of it, namely its lack of native messaging support. It’s this fancy-sounding feature that allows Firefox add-ons to “exchange messages with a nati…Read More
Mozilla Firefox 103 has been in beta since June 27th, 2022, and it introduces improved WebGL performance on Linux systems. Learn about the new release here.
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If you’re impatient to get your hands on the latest version of the Mozilla Firefox web browser you’ll pleased to hear Firefox 103 is now up on the Mozilla FTP ahead of a formal release later this week. Mozilla Firefox 103 features another c…Read More
Canonical has often talked about how it has improved the startup time of Snap apps yet, for many of us, the improvements remained theoretical.
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Adwaita stans listen up: that exceptionally sweet theme pack you can use to make Firefox look like GNOME Web has been updated. And I don’t mean ‘updated’ in the sense it just supports the latest Firefox 102 release – that’s a gi…Read More
Mozilla Firefox is one of the best browsers available that combines strong privacy protection features, good security, active development, and regular updates. A solid alternative to Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Vivaldi.
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Scheduled for July 26th, 2022, the Firefox 103 release promises improved WebGL performance on Linux systems when using the NVIDIA binary drivers via DMA-Buf. The alpha version also featured hardware video decoding by default on Intel/AMD Linux systems when VA-API is available, but it has been disabled in the beta. Firefox 103 also promises to […]
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This tutorial will be helpful for beginners to download firefox and install Firefox 102 on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, Ubuntu 20.04, LinuxMint 20.3, Rocky Linux 8, Alma Linux 9, and Fedora 36.
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A new version of Mozilla Firefox is available to download, ahead of its form release on June 28. Mozilla Firefox 102 sees the browser bake-in support for GeoClue on Linux desktops, improve PDF appearance when using high contrast mode, and gain the abil…Read More
Mozilla introduced an Add-on to help you translate web pages locally without transmitting the data to the cloud or server.
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One of Firefox’s strongest privacy features, Total Cookie Protection was first introduced with the Firefox 86 release of the open-source web browser, was extended to the Private Browsing mode with the Firefox 89 release, and further improved in Firefox 91 to prevent data leaks. If you haven’t heard, Total Cookie Protection protects your privacy by […]
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This tutorial will be helpful for beginners to download and install Firefox 101 on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, Ubuntu 20.04, LinuxMint 20.3, Rocky Linux 8, Alma Linux 9, and Fedora 36.
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A new month means a new version of Mozilla Firefox, now up to version 101. In this post we look at what’s (barely) changed, and when the update rolls out.
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I think most of us can agree that the Firefox Snap included in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS doesn’t start up nearly as fast as it could (or arguably should). Now, Canonical wants us to know that — and it wants us know that it’s doing something to fix i…Read More
Mozilla Firefox 100 is a significant release, marking 17 years of development, and all the exciting feature additions over the years.
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