Reading websites written in other languages is made MUCH easier in the latest version of Mozilla Firefox, which rolls out across all supported platforms today. You no longer need to copy and paste text in another language into an online translator to f…Read More
Most of us using Ubuntu use the Mozilla Firefox Snap preinstalled by default — and in Ubuntu 23.10 that package comes with a big below-the-surface change. Ubuntu defaults to Wayland but the Firefox Snap currently runs in XWayland mode Canonical has ann…Read More
This simple tutorial shows how to install the latest Firefox Nightly in all current Ubuntu releases! Firefox Nightly is the bleeding edge version of the web browser that updates twice a day. It contains features that are still in developments months or even years before they become mainstream. The Nightly build is more likely to […]Read More
Mozilla Firefox is bringing rounded bottom corners to its Linux builds. Getting official support means you’ll no longer need to use a third-party GNOME extension to force rounded corners in the browser. The change will help Firefox look more R…Read More
For those who are sticking to Firefox ESR, the latest 115 release is now easy to install in all current Ubuntu releases via PPA. Firefox ESR (Extended Support Release) is a slow moving release series target for organizations, including schools, universities, businesses. It has different release circle compare to the general Firefox series. Mozilla keeps […]Read More
The new translation feature didn’t make it in Firefox 117 and looks like it will be tested in the Firefox 118 beta. Learn more here.
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Firefox 117 comes with a built-in and automatic translation engine for websites that’s privacy-aware, translating content locally in your web browser.
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Mozilla Firefox 117 is now rolling out to users across Windows, macOS, and Linux. But don’t get too excited about its arrival, okay? Given the rapid release cadence this browser uses, the days of blockbuster, feature-packed Firefox updates are lo…Read More
Web page translations are available in the latest beta builds of Mozilla Firefox. Google Chrome’s built-in translation capabilities are something I find useful. Whenever I load a web page not in my native tongue (which is English, despite what my…Read More
Firefox has a built-in screenshot utility and you can use it to take screenshots of the entire webpage. Chrome can also do the same.Read More
Firefox 117 plans to implement a built-in “Translate page” option in the application menu, which will automatically translate web content.
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A new month means and a new version of Mozilla Firefox is available to download. Firefox 116 carries a modest crop of changes that further refine and finesse the famed FOSS browser. Do you use Picture-in-Picture mode (PIP)? If so, you’ll notice t…Read More
Learn how to fix blurry text in Google Chrome and Firefox under Wayland session in major Linux distributions.
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Check out this simple guide on how to install the latest Firefox on the Debian Stable version (Debian 12 Bookworm).
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All going well, Mozilla Firefox 116 will include hardware accelerated video decoding on the Raspberry Pi 4. Current stable builds of the famed FOSS browser uses software decoding for video…
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A brand new version of the Mozilla Firefox web browser is rolling out — and it’s a real doozy. Linux users with Intel GPUs will be pleased to hear Mozilla Firefox 115 supports hardware video decoding by default. Most devices with Intel graphics h…Read More
You know the deal: the world spins, a month passes, and a new version of Mozilla Firefox is released for Windows, macOS, and Linux. Firefox 114 arrives on schedule, with a few notable enhancements, a large dose of bug fixes, and additional web features…Read More
Mesa 23.1.1 is here packed with many fixes for various of its open-source graphics drivers. Check out the highlights here.
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