Mozilla Firefox now supports picture-in-picture mode on Windows

Mozilla Firefox picture-in-picture
Mozilla Firefox picture-in-picture (Image credit: Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • Mozilla Firefox now supports picture-in-picture mode on Windows.
  • The same update also brings improvements to Lockwise.
  • The update brings Mozilla Firefox to version 71.0 and is available now.

Mozilla Firefox now supports picture-in-picture mode on Windows. The latest update to the browser brings it to version 71.0 and brings several improvements to go along with the new picture-in-picture mode. You can read the complete changelog in Firefox's release notes.

The update to version 71.0 also brings improvements to Lockwise, the integrated password manager within Mozilla Firefox. Here's a recap of all of the changes.

Improvements to Lockwise, our integrated password manager:Firefox now recognizes subdomains and will autofill domain logins from Lockwise Integrated breach alerts from Firefox Monitor are now available to users with screen readers More information about Enhanced Tracking Protection in action:Notifications when Firefox blocks cryptominers A running tally of blocked trackers in the protection panel accessed by clicking the address bar shield Picture-in-picture video comes to Firefox for Windows: Select the blue icon from the right edge of a video to pop open a floating window so you can keep watching while working in other tabs. Learn how the feature works.Native MP3 decoding on Windows, Linux, and macOS

You can download the latest version of Firefox from Mozilla for free.

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