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Firefox To Get Page Translation Feature, Like Chrome

Firefox's page translation feature will work offline, with a local library, rather than cloud-based translation services.
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Firefox 101: What To Do If Sites Don’t Work

Fixing vague errors in software applications isn’t really the easiest thing to do, especially when no information is provided as to what may have caused the problem in the first place. As far as browsers are concerned, for example, one of the...

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Three Simple Firefox Tricks To Improve Browsing

Firefox is currently the world’s second most-used desktop browser, and this means Mozilla needs to keep improving the app in a way that perfectly adapts to what users expect from it. In other words, it’s not enough for Firefox to just provide a...

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Mozilla Releases Firefox 69.0.3 With Download Bug Fix On Windows 10

Mozilla has released Firefox 69.0.3 to address a bug in Windows 10 breaking down downloads when parental controls are enabled. The issue, which was originally discovered in Firefox 69.0.2, made it impossible for Windows 10 users to download any...

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The Best Browser For Mac In 2019: Safari Vs. Chrome Vs. Firefox

Choosing the best web browser for your Mac can be difficult, which is why our group test is here to help.
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A Guide To New And Experimental Css Devtools In Firefox

A Guide To New And Experimental CSS DevTools In Firefox A Guide To New And Experimental CSS DevTools In Firefox ...

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Firefox 101: What Does “this File Is Not Commonly Downloaded” Mean

Mozilla Firefox is a super-complex browser, and while some rely only on its basic functionality, others enjoy having so many features to benefit from a greatly enhanced browsing experience when online. One of the areas that Mozilla really insisted...

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About The Bug Breaking Down File Downloads In Mozilla Firefox

Mozilla Firefox is currently the world’s second most-used browser on the desktop, so every little bug that makes its way to production build could hit millions of users out there. This is what happened recently in Firefox version 69.0.2 and Beta...

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Russian Hackers Modify Chrome, Firefox Installers To Fingerprint Users

Browser makers are implementing features that prevent sites from tracking users through various technologies, particularly encryption in HTTPS and TLS. Hackers of the dark kind, however, love to play this game of cat and mouse with security experts...
Related topics: Hackers, Computer Security, Chrome

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A New Bug Is Preventing Firefox Users From Downloading Files When Parental Controls Are Enabled

Mozilla recently released the Firefox 69.0.2 update for all the users. The update fixed several issues for Firefox browser but it looks like it did introduce a new bug as well. With the new update installed, users have been complaining that Firefox...

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How Http/3 And Quic Will Speed Up Your Web Browsing

Toria/Shutterstock.com HTTP/3 is becoming more widespread. Cloudflare is now supporting HTTP/3, which is already part of Chrome Canary and will be added to Firefox Nightly soon. This new standard will make your web browsing faster and more...
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The New Firefox Preview 2.0 Could Be Faster Than Your Current Browsers

Firefox for Android smartphone is not a pretty app. Yes, it does respect the user’s privacy with Firefox’s usual privacy-friendly feature and helped with a seamless experience across desktop/mobile.No matter how useful it is – it...
Related topics: Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology

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Firefox Preview 2.0 For Android Now Available

Firefox has updated its experimental browser for Android. One of the rare browsers using an alternate rendering engine, the browser uses GeckoView and aims to offer improved speed and privacy via built-in tracking protection, something which Google...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Google

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Doh! Mozilla Assures Uk Minister That Dns-over-https Won't Be Default In Firefox For Britons

As Reg readers will know, you'll have to click a few buttons first Firebox builder Mozilla has confirmed to UK Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan that Britons won't be getting DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) by default once the feature is included in the next run...

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Firefox Calls Bs On Google's Full-page Privacy Ads In The Washington Post

Hey Google, you're not fooling anyone.  The tech giant made a play for Washington Post print edition readers today in the form of three full-page ads extolling its commitment to privacy. Firefox, it seems, isn't buying it.  The...
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Browsers Are Bringing Automatic Dark Mode To Websites

nalyvme/Shutterstock.com Dark mode is now everywhere, including in iOS 13 and Android 10. Web browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge have embraced dark mode, too. Now, browsers are bringing automatic dark mode to websites thanks to a...
Related topics: Ios, Android, Mobile Technology, Chrome

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Hold Up, Ace. Before You Strap Into Firefox's Latest Test Pilot, Ask Yourself...

How much do I trust Mozilla with my data? You just can't keep a good idea down. At least that's what Mozilla will be hoping as it resurrects its Firefox Test Pilot programme once again.…

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Mozilla Begins Charging For Services — Starting With Firefox Premium Support For Enterprises

Mozilla’s foray into paid services is finally kicking off for real. The Firefox maker is rolling out a new offer for organizations that run the browser in enterprise environments with a premium support plan. Costing $10 per supported installation,...

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You Can Now Try The Firefox Private Network

Mozilla has relaunched its Test Pilot program, and kicked things off with a new project codenamed Firefox Private Network. This is essentially a VPN designed to protect you and your information when you’re browsing the web using...

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Firefox Is Testing A Vpn, And You Can Try It Right Now

Last week, Mozilla said its Firefox browser would block third-party trackers for everyone by default and yesterday, Mozilla announced a new product that could give Firefox users even more privacy on the web: the Firefox Private Network, which claims...

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