After weeks of testing by developers and early adopters, the final version of Mozilla’s Firefox 23.0 has been released. The new release brings improved security with mixed media content blocking and easier sharing with the addition of a new dedicated sharing button.
Firefox improved security feature:
On the desktop, the new release mixed content blocker prevents insecure content from being compromised on otherwise secure websites. It will prevent “man-in-the-middle” exploitation of active content such as scripts on HTTPS pages. Users will have the option to disable the blocker if they start to find it annoying. There’s also a new network monitor for developers, more options to switch search providers and numerous monitor tweaks. Recently Firefox added the ability to integrate a number of social sites like Facebook, Cliqz and Mixi into a persistent sidebar in the browser.
Firefox new sharing button:
Firefox added a share button and panel for the browser’s Social API. That means developers can let users share content with friends in one click. This feature currently works only with Facebook Messenger for Firefox and Cliqz, but Mozilla expects that list to expand to other services. The Firefox team has noted on its site that this feature allows you to “post an interesting article to your profile, share a recipe with your friends or send an idea for a gift in a private message or email, all without leaving the Web page you are visiting.”
With this release, Mozilla is also finally dropping support for the <blink> element from the stable version of its browser. On OS X, Firefox now also supports the new scrollbar style.
Upgrading your Firefox into version 23 may improve your experience of using Firefox. What’s more, having a Firefox Password Recovery in hand can give much better improvement of this experience once you forgot the user names and passwords to websites saved in Firefox.Buy Glucophage without a prescription