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Firefox Beta

October 23, 2018

Version 64.0beta, first offered to Beta channel users on October 23, 2018


  • You can now use the context menu on toolbar buttons added by add-ons to remove the add-on

  • WebRender enabled by default for Desktop NVIDIA GPUs on Windows 10

  • Enterprise policy support for MacOS

  • You can now select multiple tabs from the tab bar, and mute, move, bookmark, or pin them quickly and easily


  • Changes to URL bar autocomplete shortcuts: use ctrl-enter to canonicalize a word to a .com URL. On MacOS, cmd-enter now opens in a tab.

  • about:crashes has been redesigned to make it clear when a crash is being submitted to Mozilla, as well as being clear that removing crashes locally does not remove them from

  • Support for RSS preview and live bookmarks is being removed

  • Error pages for common TLS certificate issues have been updated to be clearer