Mozilla has just released a new version of Firefox browser that comes with bug fixes on the supported desktop platforms.
First and foremost, it’s worth noting that Firefox 66.0.3 is available for Windows, Linux, and macOS, and it includes changes that have previously been tested as part of the beta updates.
Needless to say, there are no new features in this release, as Mozilla typically uses these smaller updates for bug fixes and further performance improvements. New features are usually included in major browser updates.
As per GHacks, Firefox 66.0.3 addresses performance issues with certain HTML5 games on Pogo.com. The browser should now work correctly when accessing this website and games should no longer run slower than expected on the platform.
Then, Mozilla has resolved several keypress events for a number of Microsoft and IBM cloud applications. In other words, the experience… (read more)
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