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Mozilla Firefox 103 released, compatible with high-brush monitors, WebGL performance enhancements under NVIDIA graphics cards

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Mozilla Firefox 103 released, compatible with high-brush monitors, WebGL performance enhancements under NVIDIA graphics cards

Mozilla’s Firefox 103 browser is now available from FTP, the latest monthly update to the open-source, cross-platform browser. Firefox 103 is not particularly exciting for end users, but it does bring some useful features, such as highlighting required fields on PDF forms, and improved 120Hz+ display performance.

Captions and captions for Firefox picture-in-picture mode are now available for more online services, and the option to allow SHA-1 signatures for certificates has been removed.

Dailymotion, Funimation, Hotstar, Sony LIV and Tubi are now available in Firefox’s picture-in-picture mode for subtitles and captions.

Firefox 103 also fixes WebGL performance issues when running NVIDIA proprietary graphics drivers on Linux with DMA-BUFF support enabled.

While you wait for the official announcement this morning, you can go ahead and download Firefox 103 from Mozilla’s FTP at

http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/103.0/

In the meantime, Mozilla Firefox 104 Beta 1 is now live, and the details of the update are unclear at this time:

http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/104.0b1/