How to Install Firefox

Mozilla Firefox 33 beta 2 Released with Web Call Support

Mozilla has unveiled Firefox 33 beta 2 for desktop which is available for download. Firefox 33 beta 2 notable feature is the introduction of real-time communication application (WebRTC) audio and video calls. What this means is, users can now make audio and video calls through the browser interface without having to install any software. Firefox 33 beta 2 updates Supports sending video on the Android platform to Chromecast and Roku via WebRTC Support for connections to HTTP proxy over HTTPS Continued experimentation with WebRTC-powered communications feature Display which elements have listeners attached CSS transform highlighter to the style-inspector Improved reliability of the session restoration OpenH264 support Improved search experience through the location bar JSD (JavaScript Debugger Service) removed in favor of the Debugger interface New CSP (Content Security Policy) backend Azerbaijani [az] locale added Developer tools: Paint flashing for browser content repaints New sidebar which displays a list of shortcuts to every @media rule in the current stylesheet Search suggestions on the Firefox Start Page DOMMatrix interface implemented Slimmer and faster JavaScript strings Cubic-bezier curves editor @counter-style rule from CSS3 Counter Styles specification implemented Editable @keyframes rules in the Rules section of the Inspector Install Firefox 33 Beta 2 on Ubuntu 14.

Install Mozilla Firefox 31 on Ubuntu 14.04

Mozilla has released the latest Firefox browser update 31 this week. This latest release is one of Mozilla’s biggest update in a while and it comes with lots of amazing new features. Some of the major new features include malware blocking for file downloads, automatic handling of Audio / Video .OGG and PDF files if no other application is specified, and a new certificate verification library. Firefox 31 new features and changes Add the search field to the new tab page Support of Prefer:Safe http header for parental control mozilla::pkix as default certificate verifier Partial implementation of the OpenType MATH table (section 6.