News Tech: It’s time for Mozilla to advertise the next Firefox 105 release to the beta channel for public testing, early adopters, and bleeding edgers now that Firefox 104 has been released.
Although this feature has repeatedly been delayed and we had hoped that it would come in Firefox 104, it now seems to be ready for general use in Firefox 105. We’re crossing our fingers that the functionality is operating flawlessly and that there aren’t any distracting glitches this time.
Firefox 105 is currently available for public beta testing, and guess what? It reinstates the eagerly awaited two-finger horizontal swipe gesture on Linux for going back and forth on a website without depressing the Alt key.
Also for Linux users, Firefox 105 promises to fix some memory issues that were apparently present in previous releases of the open-source web browser and most noticeable on low-memory systems. “Firefox is less likely to run out of memory on Linux and also performs better towards the rest of the system when memory is running low,” said Mozilla.
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