Firefox 77.0 is scheduled to release later today on June 02. The update to bring Pocket New Tab recommendations to users in the UK, a dedicated about:certificate page in Firefox to view and manage certificates.
The Pocket stories are already available to users in the U.S., Germany, and Canada, today, Mozilla is bringing Pocket Recommendations to Firefox New Tab page in the UK.
Pocket recommendations, featuring some of the best stories on the web, will appear on the Firefox new tab for our users in the UK
Firefox users in the above countries will see stories from Pocket on New Tab under the “Recommended by Pocket” section. Occasionally, Firefox may also include a Sponsored article in that section (this is currently limited to the U.S. only).
You can disable Recommended by Pocket or Pocket Recommendations on New Tab by setting the following pref value to false in about:config.
Firefox allows viewing a certificate of a website from the Security tab in the Page info dialog (Ctrl+I). Starting Firefox71, the certificate details are displayed in a separate tab through the new Certificate Viewer available at about: certificate page.
Firefox offers Certificate Manager at Settings > Privacy & Security > Security > Certificates > View Certificates.
With this release, Mozilla added a standalone page –about:certificate– to the Firefox for users to view and export all web certificates (with import support coming in future versions).
You can view and manage web certificates more easily on the new
The WebRender is being continued to roll out to more Firefox users on Windows. To the latest, WR has been made available by default to laptops running on NVIDIA GPUs with medium (<=3440*1440) and large screens (>3440 x 1440).
The about:config pref which lets you disable one-off search buttons in the address bar has been removed.
To hide one-click search engine buttons in the URL bar now
- Visit Settings > Search > One-Click Search Engines
- Uncheck the search engines you don’t want to appear at the bottom of the address bar
In this version, you don’t require to enter Windows Passwords to see your passwords in about:logins page.