Mozilla Firefox Version 72 Released, Here Is What’s New

Mozilla has released a new version of its Firefox browser, Mozilla Firefox Version 72. According to the norm, the company has brought new features across the board for its Windows, Mac, and Linux users.

One of the key additions in the latest release is the ability to hide site notifications. Unlike previously, when you were asked if you’d like to receive notifications from a particular site, Firefox will now display an icon to indicate the presence of notifications.

Furthermore, Mozilla Firefox Version 72 has also released Picture-in-picture mode for Mac and Linux versions of the browser, which was introduced in Windows towards the end of the year.

Also, Firefox 72 is still focused on privacy thanks to the new additional feature in this segment. With Firefox 72 installed, Mozilla now lets its users request the deletion of their telemetry data collected by the company through the browser.

This is an additional feature of the previous privacy-focused feature released that no longer allowed user-fingerprinting. The update is already available, and you can download it from here.

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