Just Released Firefox Browser Updated

Friday, July 6, 2018 @ 04:07 PM gHale

After releasing Firefox 61 Quantum web browser, Mozilla just issued a minor maintenance update.

Firefox 61.0 Quantum web browser, which released June 26, introduced multiple performance improvements like faster switching between tabs on Linux and Windows platforms, faster page rendering, and a more consistent user experience.

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The Firefox 61.0.1 point release is now rolling out to Linux, Mac, and Windows users improving playback of Full HD (1080p) video stream on the Twitch live streaming video platform, as well as re-enabling support for download files from FTP sites linked from HTTP pages through the “Save Link As” right-click context menu option.

Firefox 61.0.1 update fixes several bugs reported by users, including broken website loading for Chinese users that have accessibility enabled, the missing of content on the New Tab page, as well as the Home section of the Preferences page, and the loss of bookmarks occurring after upgrading from Firefox 60.

On top of that, Firefox 61.0.1 repairs launching of downloads that don’t have a file extension on Microsoft Windows platforms, addresses an issue with Firefox add-ons being unable to override the default homepage under certain conditions, and fixes an issue were web pages lost focus when pop-up windows opened.

Users using the Firefox 61.0 web browser on their personal computers can now update to the Firefox 61.0.1 point release via OTA (Over-the-Air) updates on Windows and Mac platforms.

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