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  1. Mozilla Firefox 67 to Kick Off WebRender Rollout to Stable Users Mozilla seems to be ready to kick off the rollout of WebRender, a new system whose purpose is to make rendering much smoother by pushing it even beyond 60 frames per second. As per this reddit thread, Mozilla will enable WebRender for 5% of the users beginning with the release of Firefox 67, with the rollout to advance gradually in the next updates. WebRender was first spotted in a commit back in September 2015, and work on the project continued in the last years to bring the new tech
  2. Mozilla Delays Firefox 67 Launch Following Certificate Issue The certificate issue that disabled Firefox extensions last week keeps giving headaches to Mozilla, and after the company released two different browser updates to resolve the problem, it’s now coming back with another important change. Firefox 67, which is the next major release of the browser, will be delayed for one week, so instead of May 14, it’s now expected to land on May 21. In a newsletter linked by TechDows, Ritu Kothari, TPM Lead at Mozilla, explains the delay impacts all the o
  3. How to Enable Extensions in Mozilla Firefox 67 Private Windows Mozilla Firefox 67 will introduce a new policy that will block extensions from running in private windows. The reason is as simple as it could be: since extensions sometimes need to access your data to work correctly and the private browsing mode is supposed to be, well, private, Mozilla believes that blocking add-ons by default can help guarantee no traces are left behind. And to do this, the company has decided to block all extensions by default in private windows, unless you specifically allow them
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