Mozilla Firefox 42.0 has entered development, with a first Beta build released on September 23, and the first set of features to be implemented in the final version of the software have already been revealed. Among them we can mention GTK3 integration for GNU/Linux systems and one-click muting of audio on active tabs via a new indicator.
The Private Browsing feature received a new function called Tracking Protection, which has been designed from the ground up to block various web elements that might be used for tracking your online activity and recording your behavior across multiple websites. Additionally, there will be a new Control Center for privacy controls and website security.
The Firefox Login Manager will also receive some attention in this cycle, such as support for importing passwords from the Google Chrome and Internet Explorer web browsers on Microsoft Windows operating systems, the ability to edit and display logins, as well as to copy and paste usernames and passwords from the context menu, and better saving of your credentials.
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht