Install Firefox on Linux Ubuntu Systems. Command to install Firefox Quantum on Ubuntu. Firefox 60 release includes changes that give you more content and more ways to customize your New Tab/Firefox Home. It also introduces support for the Web Authentication API, which means you can log in to websites in Firefox with USB tokens like YubiKey. Firefox 60 also brings a new policy engine and Group Policy support for enterprise deployments.
- Added a policy engine that allows customized Firefox deployments in enterprise environments, using Windows Group Policy or a cross-platform JSON file
- Enhancements to New Tab / Firefox Home
- Responsive layout that shows more content for users with wide-screen displays
- Highlights section includes web sites saved to Pocket
- More options to reorder sections and content on the page
- Pocket Sponsored Stories will appear for a percentage of users in the US. Read about our privacy-conscious approach to sponsored content
- Redesigned Cookies and Site Storage section in Preferences for greater clarity and control of first- and third-party cookies
- Applied Quantum CSS to render browser UI
- Added support for Web Authentication API, which allows USB tokens for website authentication
- Enhanced camera privacy indicators: Firefox now turns off your camera and the camera’s light when you disable video recording, and turns the camera and light on when you resume recording
- Added an option for Linux users to show or hide page titles in a bar at the top of the browser. You’ll find the Title Bar option in the Customize panel available from the main browser menu.
- Improved WebRTC audio performance and playback for Linux users
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