The new Firefox puts even more emphasis on privacy protection

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Privacy protection is a hot topic, especially in recent years. However, some companies have been betting on it for some time – including Mozilla. Therefore, in the era of universal privacy, Mozilla has to put special emphasis on this aspect in order to make it noticeable. And he does it in the latest version of Firefox marked 65.

The most noticeable novelty is the changed privacy protection settings interface. We can now choose one of the default modes.

  • Standard – this is the current mode of operation that blocks trackers in windows in private (incognito mode)
  • Strict – blocks tracking, at any time using the browser. This mode may cause some websites to not work properly.
  • Own – we choose what and when we want to block.

These options are much better explained and described, so that even a less advanced user can cope with choosing the right preferences. In addition, we can quickly check what settings we have for “content blocking” by pressing “i” next to the address bar.

In addition, Firefox 65 adds support for AV1 video compression for Windows users and an updated task manager that will help users to monitor tabs or extensions that slow down the work and close / uninstall them if necessary.

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You can download the latest version of Firefox from the official Mozilla website here.

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