Update: Firefox 78.0.2 released

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Update: Firefox 78.0.2 released

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Is that picture-in-picture brand new? It's kinda neat.
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That has been available since version 71. It is neat.
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Apparently I've reached some kind of milestone this afternoon, since my blank start page was changed to a Firefox welcome page.

Do I get a cookie now?

Interesting that it talks about privacy ...
I'm getting slow; should have checked the settings, General, Browsing.
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I got that page too when I restarted my browser this evening. I wonder why we reached a milestone on the same day...
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Re: Update: Firefox 78.0.2 released

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:hmmn: 12 days with 78.0.2. :scratch:
Talking about the enhanced Enhanced Tracking Protection; Fx Monitor (tell us your secrets, and we'll check if anyone knows them ...); and a container.

Could be worse; a BSOD or something to brighten your evening. :laugh:

How's Windows 10; they say it has lost it's ability to detect Internet connections; in the beginning everyone wanted a connection but not everyone had one; now they do (almost), but the computer can't see it. I'm sure I'll regret this, but I haven't had a single hardware problem for more than 5 years; software on the other hand ...
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