Mozilla Firefox 62 “Quantum” Is Now Available for All Supported Ubuntu Releases

Just a couple of days ago, Mozilla released the Firefox 62 “Quantum” web browser for Linux, Mac, and Windows platforms, and now the new release is available for all supported Ubuntu OSes.

Firefox 62 introduces Canadian English (en-CA) locale, FreeBSD support for the WebAuthn (Web Authentication) API used for accessing Public Key Credentials Level 1, support for Firefox Home to display up to four rows of top sites, highlights, and Pocket stories, and a new “Reopen in Container” tab menu option that lets users reopen conternized tabs in a different container.

Furthermore, Firefox 62 enables web developers to create richer web page layouts and beautiful typography for sites thanks to the addition of CSS Shapes support and CSS Variable Fonts (OpenType Font Variations) support, as well as a brand-new Shape Path Editor in the CSS Inspector. It also allows users to distrust certificates issued by Symantec by setting “security.pki.distrust_ca_policy” to 2.

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Source: Softpedia