Using Firefox on your Windows or Mac? Mozilla has just released Firefox 20, an update to its web browser that comes with a new private browsing feature, a new download manager and more.
First up, if you’re say, shopping for a birthday present online, and do not want your browsing session recorded and risk getting “caught” by the birthday boy or girl, you can open up a new private browsing mode without having to close whatever you’re doing. The private browsing feature will open up a new browsing window whereby all history for that session will not be recorded. Private browsing is also available for Firefox for Android app, which allows you to open up a private tab.
Another notable feature in the update would be a new Download Manager that shows you all your downloads without having to open up an annoying new window. Available on the toolbar in the browser itself, all you need to do is click onto it and you will be able to see a list of downloaded files. As its name suggest, you can also manage all your downloads on the list like pausing and resuming a download.
Finally last but not least, Mozilla also released an update for its Android app that gives better support for lower-end ARMv6 devices such as the HTC Legend, Samsung Galaxy Pop and more. There are also some improvements for developers so visit Mozilla’s blog for more information.