Firefox 78 Released with “Reset to Default” Option

July 2, 2020 — Leave a comment

Mozilla Firefox 78 was released a few days ago with some new features and improvements.

Firefox 78 added “Refresh Firefox” button to the Uninstaller, which also available in about:support page, allows to reset Firefox to its default state, while saving your essential information like bookmarks, passwords, cookies.

Other changes in the release include:

  • Protections Dashboard includes reports about tracking protection, data breaches, and password management.
  • Screen saver will no longer interrupt WebRTC calls on Firefox
  • Firefox 78 is also Extended Support Release (ESR) features:
    • Kiosk mode
    • Client certificates
    • Service Worker and Push APIs are now enabled
    • The Block Autoplay feature is enabled
    • Picture-in-picture support
    • View and manage web certificates in about:certificate
  • Improved Pocket recommendations, and security fixes.

How to Install Firefox 78 in Ubuntu:

Firefox 78 will be made into official Ubuntu security / updates repositories for Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 19.10, and Ubuntu 20.04 in a few days!

At that time, you can upgrade Firefox via Software Updater (Update Manager) utility:

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