The update also improves tab organization
Mozilla has released version 64 of its Firefox desktop web browser and has launched two new features to simplify and customize your browser usage.
The first, Contextual Feature Recommender (CFR), ” is a system that recommends Firefox features and add- ons proactively based on how you use the web.”
This means that Firefox will note your browsing habits and will recommend it if you have a relevant extension or feature you think will make your life easier. Mozilla assures its users that this data is not collected and is saved locally in your Firefox copy.
An example of such a feature is the Pinned Tabs setting of Firefox, which allows users who frequently open the same sites in multiple tabs to open them all when they launch the browser and keep them constantly available when they browse.
Although only available to US users (not in private browsing), Firefox will start its extension recommendations with only three add- ons: Facebook Container, YouTube Enhancer, and Google Translate.
Tabs masses for masses
The other major landing feature with Firefox 64 is the option to organize several tabs into groups and take action on these clustered tabs. This includes any group of tabs being able to move, mute, bookmark or pin.
You can now switch+ click or control+ click multiple tabs to group them, and once the batch is selected, you can right-click and apply any of the above actions to them all at once or drag them to clean up your tab bar.
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