New in Firefox 49.0:
-Updated Firefox Login Manager to allow HTTPS pages to used saved HTTP logins. It’s one more way Firefox is supporting Let’s Encrypt and helping users transition to a more secure web.
-Added features to Reader Mode that make it easier on the eyes and the ears
+Controls that allow users to adjust the width and line spacing of text
+Narrate, which reads the content of a page out loud
-Improved video performance for users on systems that support SSSE3 without hardware acceleration
-HTML5 audio and video improvements
+Files can now be looped through the built-in controls in the context menu
+Play audio and video at 1.25× speed through the context menu
-Enhancements for Mac users
+Improved performance on OS X systems without hardware acceleration-Improved appearance of anti-aliased OS X fonts
+Reader Mode can now read articles out loud
-Improved appearance of anti-aliased OS X fonts
Fixed in Firefox 49.0:
-Fixed an issue that prevented users from updating Firefox for Mac unless they originally installed Firefox. Now, those users as well as any user with administrative credentials can update Firefox.
Changed in Firefox 49.0:
-Ended Firefox for Mac support for OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8.
-Ended Firefox for Windows support for SSE processors
-Removed Firefox Hello
-Re-enabled the default for Graphite2 font shaping
Mozilla Firefox is a fast, light and tidy open source web browser. At its public launch in 2004 Mozilla Firefox was the first browser to challenge Microsoft Internet Explorer’s dominance. Since then, Mozilla Firefox has consistently featured in the top 3 most popular browsers globally. The key features that have made Mozilla Firefox so popular are the simple and effective UI, browser speed and strong security capabilities. The browser is particularly popular with developers thanks to its open source development and active community of advanced users