In the latest version of Firefox, users can block known encryption devices and access fingerprints in their custom settings for content blocking preferences, and keyboard accessibility has been improved. Toolbars and toolbar menus can be accessed entirely through the keyboard: keyboard users can now access add-ons, download panels, overflow menus, basic page operations, Firefox menus, and so on. This edition also began to support the Japanese "Linghe" Year Number.
Bring usability and security improvements to private browsing:
Privacy browsing mode supports password preservation
Select Privacy Browse Mode to Exclude Designated Extenders
Numerous new features help make Firefox easier to use:
A toolbar menu has been added to your Firefox account to provide greater transparency when you synchronize, share data across devices and Firefox, and you can now use your own avatar to dress up your personalized menu.
You can fix tabs from the Page Action menu in the address bar
Firefox will highlight useful functions (such as Pin Tabs)
The saved login list can be accessed more easily from the main menu and can be automatically logged in.
The File menu also provides the ability to import data from another browser.
Starting with Firefox version 67, users can run Firefox with different configuration files at the same time, and can run both beta and distribution versions.
Firefox now prevents you from running older versions of browsers, causing data corruption and stability problems
Upgraded higher performance AV1 decoders, called
Enable FIDO U2F API and allow associated Google accounts
Some users will see experiments with improved Pocket experience in Firefox Home, with different layouts and more thematic content.