Mozilla team has released Firefox 67 (May 21, 2019) today. In this article, we will show you what’s new in Firefox 67.
Mozilla Firefox (known as Firefox) is a free and open-source web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation.
Firefox is available for Windows, OS X, Linux and mobile for Android.
Firefox Quantum uses the new Quantum engine, which is written in Rust and C, promises to be faster and more stable. And lot more features.
Firefox dominant other web browsers because of its speed, security and add-ons. It’s holding 16.95% of world wide usage as a “desktop” browser.
You will be getting Firefox update in most of the Linux distributions within 2 days.
If you don’t want to wait for an official update and would like to install latest Firefox 67 on your Linux system?
Navigate to the following link to install latest Firefox on Linux.
The Notable Changes Are Listed Below.
- Lowering priority of setTimeout during page load
- Delayed component initialization until after start up
- Painting sooner during page load but less often
- Suspending unused tabs
- Users can block known cryptominers and fingerprinters in the Custom settings of their Content Blocking preferences.
- Keyboard accessibility has improved in the latest version of Firefox.
- Toolbar and toolbar overflow menu are both fully keyboard accessible.
- keyboard users can now access add-ons, the downloads panel, the overflow, Page actions and Firefox menus, and much more.
- Save passwords in private browsing mode
- Choose which extensions to exclude from private tabs
- Tabs can now be pinned from the Page Actions menu in the address bar
- Firefox will highlight useful features (like Pin Tabs) when users are most likely to benefit from them.
- Easier access to your list of saved logins from the main menu and login autocomplete.
- The Import Data from Another Browser feature is now also available from the File menu
- Firefox is upgrading to the newer, higher performance, AV1 decoder known as ‘dav1d’
- Various security issues has fixed and lot more.