Firefox 20 has been officially launched this week and brings with it a number of new features and tweaks to improve your privacy and give you more control on its settings.
Firefox 20 includes a new private browsing features which has been designed to allow you to open a new private browsing window, without the need to close your current browsing session.
Other features included in Firefox 20 include a new Download Manager in the Firefox toolbar, which has been added to make it easy for you to monitor and view your download files, without the need to switch to another window. Watch the video below to see new Download Manager within Firefox 20 in action.
“For developers, Firefox includes getUserMedia, an important part of the WebRTC specification. It allows developers to quickly and easily write code that accesses the user’s camera or microphones. Firefox also includes a developer toolbox that provides quick access to developer tools in one convenient window and gives developers easy-to-remember ways to switch between tools. Canvas Blend Modes allows developers to define how they want Canvas to draw over an existing image to create different visual effects.”
For more information on the new Firefox 20 browser jump over to the Mozilla website for details.
Source: FirefoxFiled Under: Technology News