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Delete tracking cookies from your system by following these quick steps

Cookies are useful when it comes to saving your login credentials and other data, but they can also be used by advertisers to track your browsing habits across multiple sites. Here's how to clear cookies in the major browsers.
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Pinning websites to your taskbar is as easy as following these quick steps

Would you like to know how to pin a website to the taskbar in Windows 10 in order to use browser links like apps? Whichever browser you're using, it's easier than you might think. Here's how to get it done.
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Firefox 66 is here and it will soon block irritating autoplay videos

Do web advertisements have you frustrated? Mozilla is here to help. The latest version of the browser will soon block autoplaying videos by default and will also help make web page scrolling smoother.
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Chrome is a fantastic browser, but is is still the best among new competitors?

Choosing a web browser for surfing the web can be tough with all the great options available. Here we pit the latest versions of Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Edge, and Vivaldi against one another to find the best browsers for most users.
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Rid yourself of website notification requests in just a few easy steps

Wish you knew how to block browser and website notifications? You can do it on a case by case basis, but that can become dull after the 10th site has asked for your approval. Here's how to block them outright.
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The web has grown up, but browsers haven’t. It’s time for a reboot

The web has changed a lot over the years, and so has the way we use it. The thing that hasn’t changed? The web browser, the tool every one of us depends on. Here's why it's well past time for new ideas.
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Do you need pop-ups on your Mac? Here's how to enable them

Want to learn how to allow pop-ups on a Mac? Here's how to enable pop-ups when necessary on popular Mac browsers including Safari, Firefox, and Chrome: We'll also show you how to whitelist particular sites!
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Don’t touch that dial, upcoming version of Firefox will block autoplay

Tired of getting blasted with sound when you load up a new Firefox tab? It was recently announced that the Firefox 66 release coming on March 19 will block both auto-playing video and audio.
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Firefox will disable Flash on its browsers by default in 2019

Mozilla's Firefox browser will continue to do its part in deprecating the Flash plugin this year with new plans revealed to disable it by default in an upcoming Nightly build, followed by a stable release in September.
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Mozilla’s built-in price-tracking extension makes it easy to shop with Firefox

Mozilla has heard those worries about Black Friday shopping, and is now introducing a new set of experimental extensions which aim to make it easier to find the best deals online.
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If your data is found on the dark web, Firefox Monitor will let you know

Firefox is finally launching its Firefox Monitor service and you don't have to use the Firefox browser to access it. Monitor scans the dark web to see if your email address has been leaked as part of a past data breach.
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Firefox Reality wants to bring the ‘whimsical web’ to VR

Mozilla launched a VR-powered web browser today called Firefox Reality. But just what does browsing the web in VR feel like? We went hands-on with this new browser to see how Mozilla imagines the future of virtual reality content.
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Firefox mobilizes a three-pronged attack against ad-based tracking

The Firefox browser will eventually block ad-based tracking by default. To get there, Mozilla plans to roll out new features over the next several months, such as an ad-blocking component already available in Firefox Nightly.
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Firefox’s new Monitor service will let you know if you’ve been hacked

Firefox Monitor will let users of its browsers know if their data has been compromised. The service integrates with Have I Been Pwned to alert users if they've been hacked by checking to see if their email address is part of a data dump.
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Mozilla goes all-in on voice commands with its latest browser concept

Mozilla is said to be working on a new type of internet browser that would let you navigate it entirely by using your voice. With vocal commands at its core, the Scout browser could be the best browser for accessibility.
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Firefox lets you test new features for side-by-side views and customizing colors

Love Firefox? You might love it even more now that you can open two tabs side by side and customize it with colors. Side View and Colors are currently being offered via Mozilla's Test Pilot program, so why not give them a go?
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Mozilla teamed up with a brewery for an open-sourced beer, and we downed a pint

Mozilla and Widmer partnered to create an open-source beer, informed by a survey of beer drinkers' tastes. The result, OpenSourcery, is a drinkable American IPA typical of the style, and it's just the beginning,
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Firefox 60 is the first browser to support password-free internet logins

The latest version of Firefox is out, and with it arrives support for the WebAuthn standard. This allows you to log into web accounts without a password. The drawback, for now, is a need for a physical security key.