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