The latest version of the Firefox browser for the Android platform appears to have diverged from its old philosophy of giving users control over the way they use the app, with some kind of iron control being wielded over what extensions one uses.
The Mozilla Foundation has begun rolling out encrypted DNS over HTTPS for its Firefox browser by default for users in the US, but has no plans in place for other global regions.
Global software company, Microsoft, today announced it will install a browser extension that makes Bing the default search engine for Google Chrome beginning with Office 365 ProPlus version 2002.
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