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It's beta season in Mozilla land and some cool shiny stuff is on the way. Versions 114 of both the Firefox browser and its distant cousin the Thunderbird email client are heading our way.
As Thunderbird is usually based off the stable Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR), this implies that Firefox 114 will be the next ESR version of the browser, although Mozilla hasn't confirmed that yet.
Firefox 114 is not heading up to be a very exciting release — which is probably what you want from a long-term support version, anyway. All the same, there are some welcome new features: there are new search functions for bookmarks and browser history, for example.
There is also a built-in feature which attempts to suppress cookie banners — those irritating messages about whether to accept cookies or not. Unlike the "I don't care about cookies" add-on which we wrote about a ...
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