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Windows/Mac/Linux: The latest version of Firefox, Firefox 21, is officially due tomorrow, but you can download it now from Mozilla’s FTP servers. What will you find in this new release? A few major new features, including three “Do Not Track” options, a tune-up tool called Firefox Health Report, and performance-boosting startup suggestions.
There are lots of browser extensions that promise to protect your privacy, which leads to some natural questions: Which is the best? Do they all do the same thing? What should I really download? In this guide, we’re going to look at the most popular browser extensions that promise to protect your privacy online, and give you our recommendations.
If you’ve updated Chrome recently, you may have noticed that context menus — the ones you see when you right-click anything — have changed. Instead of being just like any other right-click menu, they’re now stylised with white backgrounds and smaller text in the centre. Personally, I hate them. If you hate them too, here’s how to get the old menus back.