Windows 10 users will notice bigger and bolder design elements and there will be more space for viewing the Web. As Windows 10 brings Edge browser by default, Firefox pens down how one can restore or choose Firefox.
It has also made third-party add-ons safer. “In future releases of Firefox, any third-party add-on that has not been certified will be disabled by default. Today, you will start seeing warnings next to unsigned add-ons in Firefox, but no add-ons will be automatically disabled. These warnings will inform you about add-ons that have not been certified by Mozilla and we’re working with add-on developers to help them meet our standards and make add-ons safer for you,” Mozilla explains in a blogpost.
Firefox 40 for Android brings bug fixes, performance improvements and some new features. It will allow users to long-press on the back and forward navigation buttons to bring up the history list. The app will offer protection against unwanted software downloads, JPEG images will use less memory, alongside several bug fixes.