Firefox 64, the new version of Mozilla's browser, promises to facilitate tab management and monitor sites that consume a lot of notebook battery. The program has a new task manager that displays more information about loaded pages, as well as a mechanism to manipulate groups of tabs and perform actions in batch.
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The browser also starts to suggest extensions and other useful apps to install as needed by the user, but the feature is restricted, for now, to users in the United States. Other functions are available to everyone through a free download on Windows and macOS. See below all the news of the open source browser.
Firefox 64 brings more options to monitor and manipulate browser tabs Photo: Divulgao / Mozilla
According to Mozilla, the new Firefox is smarter to handle multiple tabs at the same time. The user will be able to mark multiple sites with the mouse to create groups and apply actions in batch. With the feature, it is no longer necessary to click on the tabs one by one to close, move, add to favorites or fix them on the top bar.
Firefox 64 is also more like rival Google Chrome in monitoring open websites. With the integrated Task Manager, users will be able to find out which tabs are using the most energy, information that can be useful for closing pages and saving notebook battery.
In Windows 10, the browser is more integrated with the sharing center. After the update, it is possible to send page links to friends using the system's native options menu. Before, this feature was one of the advantages of Microsoft Edge on the PC.
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