Mozilla Firefox 85.0 is officially released today with improved privacy protection, bookmarks and password managers.
Firefox 85 has undergone a fundamental change in the network architecture. Splits network connections and caches such as HTTP cache, image cache, Fabicon cache, HSTS cache, OCSP cache, stylesheet cache, font cache, DNS cache, HTTP authentication cache, Alt-Svc cache, TLS certificate cache, etc. I did.So it protects you from Super cookie..
Starting with this release, Adobe Flash is no longer supported and there are no settings available to re-enable Flash support.
Other changes in Firefox 85 are as follows:
- Remember the user’s favorite location for the saved bookmarks
- The bookmark toolbar is displayed in a new tab by default.
- You can easily access all your bookmarks from the toolbar folder.
- Option to delete all saved logins.
- Various security fixes.
How to get Firefox 85 on Ubuntu:
Stay tuned for all current Ubuntu releases. The new Firefox package will be available in the Ubuntu Security & Updates repository in the coming days.
You can easily update your browser using Software Updater (Update Manager).
If you can’t wait, please visit the release page, which also has a download button.