Mozilla has released the latest update to its internet browser, Firefox. Version 64 brings a few pretty interesting features, at least on the desktop front. Most eye-catching here is the “enhanced tab management.”
So what does this do? It basically allows you to group multiple tabs together. From there, you can then move, pin, bookmark or close all the tabs in the group at the same time. This is useful, ironically, for those who choose to leave multiple tabs open rather than bookmarking them lest they be forgotten while out of sight.
While unfortunately only available to US users, Firefox will also show you “suggestions in regular browsing mode for new and relevant Firefox features, service, and extensions based on how you use the web.”
The tab management is already out, according to Mozilla, so if you’re a user of the browser, then be sure to give it an update to make use of the new feature.