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What’s next in making Encrypted DNS-over-HTTPS the Default by https://ift.tt/2PMmA27

“In 2017, Mozilla began working on the DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) protocol, and since June 2018 we’ve been running experiments in Firefox to ensure the performance and user experience are great.”

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The Fastest Firefox Ever: Firefox 67 Now Available For Windows, Linux, And Mac by http://bit.ly/2YHPu3i

“Ever since Mozilla developers released the much-anticipated Firefox Quantum in 2017, the open source company has been continuously working to improve the overall performance and security measures deployed in the web browser.”

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Introducing Firefox Send, Providing Free File Transfers while Keeping your Personal Information Private by https://ift.tt/2Hg2Ley

“At Mozilla, we are always committed to people’s security and privacy. It’s part of our long-standing Mozilla Manifesto. We are continually looking for new ways to fulfill that promise, whether it’s through the browser, apps or services.”

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Dark Reader is an open source browser extension that lets you apply dark theme to any website by using customizable dynamic filters, no setup required by https://ift.tt/2UzuvOA

“Dark Reader is an open source browser extension that lets you apply dark theme to any website

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Firefox 63 Released, Red Hat Collaborating with NVIDIA, Virtual Box 6.0 Beta Now Available, ODROID Launching a New Intel-Powered SBC and Richard Stallman Announces the GNU Kind Communication Guidelines by https://ift.tt/2PPKci9


News briefs for October 23, 2018. Firefox 63.0 was released this morning. With this new version, “users can opt to block third-party tracking cookies or block all trackers and create exceptions for trusted sites that don’t work correctly with content blocking enabled”.

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What Happened To You, Firefox? by Jozsef Torsan

It’s worth taking a look at the browser statistics and their trends. In the table below you can see the market share of the main browsers in 2016 and 2017. On this link you can check the numbers from the former years, too. The current market share numbers are also interesting but I think the […]

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See what’s new in Firefox 54.0! by https://is.gd/4pRQ28


Release Notes tell you what’s new in Firefox 54.0. As always, we welcome your feedback. You can also file a bug in Bugzilla or see the system requirements of this release.

Today’s release is the first to run Firefox using multiple operating system processes for web page content, making Firefox 54.0 faster and more stable than ever. Learn more about how multiple processes strike a “just right” balance between performance and memory use on the Mozilla Blog. Dive into the details (including performance benchmarks) on Medium.

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Multi-Process Firefox: everything you need to know by https://is.gd/PnafcT


After years of development and several delays, multi-process Firefox, also known as Electrolysis or e10S, is about to be enabled for a subset of Firefox stable users. The following guide provides you with information about Firefox’s multi-process architecture.

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Firefox 54: more multi-process content processes by https://is.gd/7xLhyI


Mozilla plans to increase the number of content processes of Firefox’s multi-process architecture to four (from one) with the release of Firefox 54.

Some Firefox installations are still not eligible for Firefox’s multi-process architecture. This includes systems with accessibility tools or settings enabled. Multiple processes won’t be enabled for users with extensions either, regardless of whether those are legacy add-ons, or WebExtensions.

Mozilla ran its memory test again to determine the right number of content processes. An increase in the number of content processes for the browser always goes along with an increase in memory usage.

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