Mozilla releases the latest stable version of the Firefox browser to help you get the most out for your browsing experience.
The team rolled out the latest WebRender for Windows users with Intel and AMD GPUs bringing improved graphics performance and stability.
On the other hand, some users across the globe will be able to customize and see the best stories on the web using Pocket, a web service for managing a reading list of articles and videos from the web.
Firefox 79 fixed issues like encountered crash when using the JAWS screen reader, updates in Firefox Developer Tools, and correctly exposed to assistive technology products for the SVG title and desc elements.
For the developers, they might be able to make full use of the newly added asynchronous call stacks, making asynchronous programming easier.
For those who haven’t heard about the browser, Firefox is a free opensource web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation that uses Gecko layout engine to render webpages, which implements the current web standards.
Firefox is available in most Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.
See the latest security fixes here.