Mozilla has been very busy off late by continuously improving its Firefox browser with new features and improvements for users. The company’s latest update Firefox 59 brought many new security features like privacy options to block new requests for camera access, option to toggle the privacy options and more.
Now to improve and include more new features the company is working on a major update for its web browser Firefox which is under internal testing and is expected to be released for public very soon.
The next version of Firefox 60 which is part of the Quantum series will be bringing more privacy features which automatically turns off the computer’s webcam when you face mute on sites. The Firefox browser automatically turns off your camera light so that the user’s face is not recorded by the other site.
Firefox is also expected to support Web Authentication by letting users to use a USB token for authentication to the favourite websites. IT admins will also be getting more control in the latest update with the company letting them customise Firefox deployments by introducing new policy engine.
The developers will also be a part of the browser with the company providing developers to use the IndexedDB transactions and also have more control over a web page during reloading. The company is making this possible through the implementation of the Responsive Design Mode.
The company is also making some improvements to the built in Reader View to allow improved compatibility with keyboards using AltGr. The latest Firefox 60 is currently in beta stage and is available for download on the Windows operating system starting today and if you want to beta test the features you can download it on your Windows PCs.
The company also announced that its Firefox 60 will be made available for all users starting May 9, 2018 and will be Mozilla’s next Extended Support Release branch.