Microsoft Is Going Back to the ‘90s, Using Windows to Push Its Web Browser

Microsoft is under fire for (once again) abusing its Windows platform to push its own web browser, reminiscent of its actions in the mid-90s.

No, Firefox Hasn’t Dropped to 50 Million Users, Still Has 200 Million

Despite some losses, Firefox is still sitting at a relatively healthy 200 million users a year — not 50 million.

Mozilla Testing Three-Digit Firefox User Agent

Mozilla is preparing for the inevitable version 100 of its Firefox browser, testing to make sure a triple-digit user agent won’t break the browser.

Mozilla Releases Firefox 91 With Enhanced Cookie Clearing

Mozilla has taken the wraps off of the latest version of Firefox, version 91, and it includes significant privacy improvements.

Firefox 90 Ends FTP Support

Mozilla has ended support for FTP in Firefox 90, citing security concerns with the aging protocol.

Firefox Update Brings Fresh New Look, Improved Experience

Mozilla has announced the latest version of Firefox, sporting a new look and improved user experience.

Microsoft, Mozilla and Google Work to Address Web Browser Compatibility

Three of the biggest browser makers are working to improve compatibility and reduce cross-browser issues.

Mozilla Improves Privacy by Trimming HTTP Referrer

Mozilla has announced a significant change to how Firefox handles HTTP Referrers, in an effort to improve user privacy.

Mozilla Leads the Charge For Net Neutrality’s Reinstatement

Mozilla, along with a coalition of companies, has sent a letter to the FCC asking for the reinstatement of net neutrality.

Latest Thunderbird Email Client Sports Native M1 Support

Mozilla Thunderbird is adding support for the M1 chip, Apple’s custom silicon powering its new Macs.