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Firefox 66.0.4 Final Portable + Addons + Plugins

 Author: fredoport | 8 May 2019 | Views: 25723
Firefox 66.0.4 Final Portable + Addons + Plugins

Mozilla Firefox - faster, more secure, easier to use and sporting a new look, this latest Firefox release sets a new standard for web browser innovation. Mozilla Firefox project (formerly Firebird, which was formerly Phoenix) is a redesign of Mozilla's browser component, written using the XUL user interface language and designed to be cross-platform. It is small, fast and easy to use, and offers many advantages over other web browsers, such as the tabbed browsing and the ability to block pop-up windows. Addons: AdBlock Plus, NoScript, Video Download Helper, FlagFox, HTTPS Everywhere, Bulk Media Downloader.

Mozilla Firefox - faster, more secure, easier to use and sporting a new look, this latest Firefox release sets a new standard for web browser innovation. Three key goals for Firefox 4: Making the browser faster, building up support for more powerful web standards like HTML5, and giving users full control over their online identities on the social web. That last one in particular is good news to us, as we’ve often advocated that identity belongs in the browser. Mozilla has been experimenting with different identity management techniques for the past year or so, and it’s good to see the company treating user identity as a primary “top 3" feature. The whole web is social now, and it’s time the user agent starts really acting as the user’s agent.

Mozilla Firefox is focused on improved memory handling, performance, and stability, improved XUL, and new core components such as application data stored in SQLite. Mozilla Firefox could break a few existing extensions and applications built on top of Firefox, and it will definitely include new optimizations if you like to build on the popular browser. Mozilla Firefox should have additional javascript and SVG features if you're into that sort of thing.

HTTPS Everywhere.
Encrypt the web! HTTPS Everywhere is a Firefox extension to protect your communications by enabling HTTPS encryption automatically on sites that are known to support it, even when you type URLs or follow links that omit the https: prefix. Many sites on the web offer some limited support for encryption over HTTPS, but make it difficult to use. For instance, they may default to unencrypted HTTP, or fill encrypted pages with links that go back to the unencrypted site. The HTTPS Everywhere extension fixes these problems by rewriting all requests to these sites to HTTPS.

Bulk Media Downloader.
Grab and download media (image, audio, and video) resources by monitoring network (like FlashGot or Flash video downloader extensions). Bulk Media Downloader extension is a lightweight alternative to media grabbing extensions like FlashGot or Flash video Downloader extension. It grabs and downloads all sort of media resources in bulk. You can filter different types to prevent cluttering the grabber window. It also has a pause button to stop appending more resources. Note that network observer is only active when the grabber window is open, hence this extension has no effect on your browser performance when the grabber window is closed.

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      Comment #1 | wrote : userDsoftlab  | 23 December 2011 21:49 | News: 0 | Comments: 0

      Comment #2 | wrote : abdltif09  | 27 November 2012 00:36 | News: 0 | Comments: 0

      Comment #3 | wrote : admin  | 30 November 2017 00:44 | News: 0 | Comments: 15
    57.0 Quantum:
    A powerful, new engine that’s built for rapidfire performance.
    Better, faster page loading that uses less computer memory.
    Gorgeous design and smart features for intelligent browsing.
    “Faster and even more minimalist, Firefox Quantum makes Chrome look old.”
    30% lighter than Chrome. Less memory usage means more space for your computer to keep running smoothly. Your other programs will thank you.
    Smooth browsing. Whether you’ve opened 10 or 1000, switching between tabs is faster than ever with Firefox’s new, responsive engine.
    Moving browsers? We got you. Instantly import your online info and favorites from any other browser.
    Uncomplicate screenshots. Take and share them directly from Firefox. That means no more searching for mysterious file names on your computer.
    Pocket. Built right into the toolbar, it’s the ultimate save-for-later feature. View your articles, videos and pages across any device.
    Library. Save time! Find all your favorite content like Pocket saves, bookmarks, browsing history, screenshots and downloads in one spot.

      Comment #4 | wrote : admin  | 19 February 2018 16:41 | News: 0 | Comments: 15
    Firefox 58.0 changelog:
    Performance improvements, including:
    Rendering graphics for Windows users by using Off-Main-Thread Painting (OMTP)
    Loading pages faster by changing how Firefox caches and retrieves javascript
    Improvements to Firefox Screenshots:
    Copy and paste screenshots directly to your clipboard
    Firefox Screenshots now works in Private Browsing mode
    Added support for credit card autofill
    Added Nepali (ne-NP) locale
    Users can enable Tracking Protection at all times.
    Fonts installed in non-standard directories will no longer appear blank for Linux users
    Various security fixes
    User profiles created in Firefox 58 (and in future releases) are not supported in previous versions of Firefox. Users who downgrade to a previous version should create a new profile for that version.
    Added a warning to alert users and site owners of planned security changes to sites affected by the gradual distrust plan for the Symantec certificate authority
    Implemented the PerformanceNavigationTiming API
    Added PerformanceResourceTiming.workerStart so sites can measure service worker startup time

      Comment #5 | wrote : admin  | 25 September 2018 13:56 | News: 0 | Comments: 15
    Version 59.0, first offered to Release channel users on March 13, 2018
    If you’re a regular reader of Firefox release notes (and thank you if you are!) you’re probably aware of just how much we’ve invested in the performance of Firefox Quantum. We launched an entirely new engine in November, made significant improvements to graphics rendering in January, and are continuing to post performance gains and add features with this release. On Firefox for desktop, we’ve improved page load times, added tools to annotate and crop your Firefox Screenshots, and made it easier to arrange your Top Sites on the Firefox Home page.

    Performance enhancements:
    - Faster load times for content on the Firefox Home page
    - Faster page load times by loading either from the networked cache or the cache on the user’s hard drive (Race Cache With Network)
    - Improved graphics rendering using Off-Main-Thread Painting (OMTP) for Mac users (OMTP for Windows was released in Firefox 58)

    Drag-and-drop to rearrange Top Sites on the Firefox Home page, and customize new windows and tabs in other ways

    Added features for Firefox Screenshots:
    - Basic annotation lets the user draw on and highlight saved screenshots
    - Recropping to change the viewable area of saved screenshots

    Enhanced WebExtensions API including better support for decentralized protocols and the ability to dynamically register content scripts

    Improved Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities.
    - Implemented RTP Transceiver to give pages more fine grained control over calls
    - Implemented features to support large scale conferences

    Added support for W3C specs for pointer events and improved platform integration with added device support for mouse, pen, and touch screen pointer input

    Added the Ecosia search engine as an option for German Firefox

    Added the Qwant search engine as an option for French Firefox

    Added settings in about:preferences to stop websites from asking to send notifications or access your device’s camera, microphone, and location, while still allowing trusted websites to use these features

      Comment #6 | wrote : admin  | 8 October 2018 13:29 | News: 0 | Comments: 15
    Version 60.0, first offered to Release channel users on May 9, 2018
    Firefox 60 offers something for everyone and a little something extra for everyone who deploys Firefox in an enterprise environment. This release includes changes that give you more content and more ways to customize your New Tab/Firefox Home. It also introduces support for the Web Authentication API, which means you can log in to websites in Firefox with USB tokens like YubiKey.
    Firefox 60 also brings a new policy engine and Group Policy support for enterprise deployments.
    Added a policy engine that allows customized Firefox deployments in enterprise environments, using Windows Group Policy or a cross-platform JSON file
    Enhancements to New Tab / Firefox Home
    Responsive layout that shows more content for users with wide-screen displays
    Highlights section includes web sites saved to Pocket
    More options to reorder sections and content on the page
    Pocket Sponsored Stories will appear for a percentage of users in the US. Read about our privacy-conscious approach to sponsored content
    Redesigned Cookies and Site Storage section in Preferences for greater clarity and control of first- and third-party cookies
    Applied Quantum CSS to render browser UI
    Added support for Web Authentication API, which allows USB tokens for website authentication
    Enhanced camera privacy indicators: Firefox now turns off your camera and the camera's light when you disable video recording, and turns the camera and light on when you resume recording
    Added an option for Linux users to show or hide page titles in a bar at the top of the browser. You’ll find the Title Bar option in the Customize panel available from the main browser menu.
    Improved WebRTC audio performance and playback for Linux users
    On-by-default support for draft-23 of the TLS 1.3 specification
    Locale added: Occitan (oc)

      Comment #7 | wrote : admin  | 26 October 2018 12:54 | News: 0 | Comments: 15
    Version 61.0, first offered to Release channel users on June 26, 2018.
    Firefox Quantum keeps on keeping on. Look to this release for even more performance improvements, features that let you do more without leaving the webpage you’re on, and a safer online experience.

    Enhanced performance:
    Faster page rendering with Quantum CSS improvements and the new retained display list feature.
    Faster switching between tabs on Windows and Linux.
    WebExtensions now run in their own process on MacOS.
    Convenient access to more search engines: You can now add search engines to the address bar “Search with” tool from the page action menu when on a webpage that provides an OpenSearch plugin.

    Share links from Firefox for MacOS more easily: You can now share the URL of an active tab from the page actions menu in the address bar.

    Improved security:
    On-by-default support for the latest draft of the TLS 1.3 specification.
    Access to FTP subresources inside http(s) pages has been blocked.
    A more consistent user experience: Improvements for dark theme support across the entire Firefox user interface.
    More customization for tab management: added support to allow WebExtensions to hide tabs.
    Improved bookmark syncing.



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