Mozilla released the 75th version of Firefox today. As always, for developers who write web applications, there are a lot of bug fixes and changes,But the main function of this update is to refresh the address bar, which is the address bar you use most often - although now it is usually more like a search bar than a URL bar, users will soon notice its changes.
Today's update brings three major changes to the Firefox address bar:
1. When you click to enter the address bar, it will open a list of the most visited websites.
2. If the website has been opened in a tab, it will be highlighted in the list, and you can jump to the tab directly by shortcut.
3. When you start searching in the address bar, Firefox will now also make auto completed queries easier to read. It's a small change but it's very useful.
With this round of redesign, the address bar has also taken on a new look, and you may notice that it's getting bigger,
Mozilla also said today that despite the popularity of covid-19, it does not need to make any changes to its 2020 release plan for the time being. While Google, its biggest rival, has decided to skip the release schedule for a major version of chrome, you are unlikely to see any changes in the way and frequency Mozilla releases Firefox. But the team did pay attention to the current situation of users using the browser, and gave priority to fix the problem of running the video conference system in the browser.