Firefox gets fired up with more: retro-emoji, better media handling

The Mozilla Foundation’s Firefox web program has hit form 50.0 on Windows, MacOS, Linux and Android.

Firefox appeared in November 2004 and has some of the time pushed its piece of the overall industry above 30 percent. Nowadays it’s the world’s second-most well known program, with its 13.29 percent piece of the overall industry as per info from StatCounter.

Version 50 is an amenity, instead of a propitious historic point, on the grounds that the venture’s underlying discharge plan saw it improvement from adaptation 1.0 to 5.0 over six years. By then, in March 2011, the venture swapped to a six-week after week discharge cycle. There had been 45 forms since.

This time around there’s a modest bunch of security fixes, one a basic load cradle flood (CVE-2016-5296). There’s additionally “an inherent Emoji set for working frameworks without local Emoji text styles (Windows 8.0 and lower and Linux)” and WebM EME Support for Widevine on Windows and Mac. That last expansion ought to mean more video plays without modules.

There’s likewise another “Find in page” alternative that permits clients to confine hunt to entire words as it were. Which people figure will be extremely helpful in reality!