Mozilla has released a new version of its popular web browser, Firefox 66 and it comes with some new feature, including automatically blocking autoplaying content.
You can now choose to block all autoplaying content by default, you can also add certain website to a permissions list, for example video sites like YouTube that you wan to allow autoplaying content on.
Almost a hundred years ago, John Maynard Keynes suggested that the industrial revolution would effectively end work for humans within a couple of generations, and our biggest challenge would be figuring what to do with that time. That definitely hasn’t happened, and we always seem to have lots to do, much of it online. When you’re on the web, you’re trying to get stuff done, and therefore online annoyances are just annoyances. Whether it’s autoplaying videos, page jumps or finding a topic within all your multiple tabs, Firefox can help. Today’s Firefox release minimizes those online inconveniences, and puts you back in control.
You can now download the new Firefox 66 software update and also find more details about the latest version of Firefox at the link below.
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