Firefox 101 Released! Allows to use Multiple Microphones at same time

Mozilla Firefox 101 was released today with minor new features and security fixes.

If you do video conferencing regularly with Firefox web browser, you may now use as many microphones as you want, at the same time. It allows to switch your microphones at any time, if your conferencing service provider enables this flexibility.

For non-configured MIME file types, Firefox 101 allows to assign a custom action upon download completion.

Other changes in Firefox 101 include:

  • Allow sites to detect if user has requested web content present with a higher (or lower) contrast.
  • New inspector panel option ‘Click and drag to edit size values’.
  • WebDriver BiDi protocal.
  • Add support for large, small, dynamic viewport units and logical ones (*vi and *vb).
  • Various security fixes.

How to Get Firefox 101:

Ubuntu keeps updating the Firefox packages through its security & updates repository. Simply keep your system up-to-date, you’ll get this Firefox release soon in next few days.

For Ubuntu 22.04 user prefer .deb package, as well as the old Ubuntu 16.04, keep an eye on the MozillaTeam PPA.

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