Firefox Focus Browser For Mobile Devices – Mini Review

Firefox Focus Browser For Mobile Devices - Mini Review
As you may know, Firefox Focus is an open-source Firefox-based internet browser specially created for mobile phones, providing both security and enhanced user privacy. Firefox Focus can be downloaded for free from either Google Play Store (Android) and AppStore (iOS). By default, the browser deletes the browsing history, passwords, bookmarks and cookies and forbids the ads to follow you on the internet. This way, you don't need to go into private browsing when accessing porn or sensitive cont...
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Firefox 63 Will Protect Computers Against Cryptomining Websites

firefox cryptomining
Starting with Firefox 63 (scheduled for release in October 2018), Mozilla will provide protection against cryptomining websites by default, which is quite awesome. It will perform this by enabling tracking protection, blocking cross-site tracking cookies from gathering data on users. Right now, if you want to stay away from cryptomining websites, you need to install a third party anti miner add-on (it works the same way as an adblocker), or add the mining websites inside your adblocker, so th...
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How to add the View Image button back to your browser (Chrome and Firefox)

How to add the View Image button back to your browser (Chrome and Firefox)
As you may know, Google has removed the View Image button from the Image Search, but the users can still view photos by right-clicking them and choosing the open image in new tab option. I have noticed this change a few days ago, but I have initially thought that my browser behaves that way on Ubuntu. Despite this, the community has found a quick fix for restoring the button back. Use Startpage (Google-based search engine) to search images: The easiest way to view images just like before...
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