Mozilla Firefox version 92 released: here are the new features


Mozilla has rolled out the Firefox version 92.0 update to all platforms – Desktop, Android, and iOS. The latest version of the Firefox browser brings some new features, bug fixes and improvements.

Here is what’s new in version 92.0 of Firefox:

Firefox for desktop v92

Below is the full changelog:


  • More secure connections: Firefox can now automatically switch to HTTPS using HTTPS RR as Alt-Svc headers.
  • Full color levels are now supported for video playback on many systems.
  • Mac users can now access macOS sharing options from the Firefox File menu.
  • Support for images containing ICC v4 profiles is enabled on macOS.


  • Firefox performance with screen readers and other accessibility tools is no longer severely degraded if Mozilla Thunderbird is installed or updated after Firefox.
  • macOS VoiceOver now correctly reports buttons and links marked as “expanded” using the aria-expanded attribute.
  • An alert opened in one tab no longer causes performance issues in other tabs using the same process.
  • Various security fixes


  • Bookmarks toolbar menus on macOS now follow Firefox visual styles.
  • Redesigned certificate error pages for a better user experience.
  • Continued work to restructure Firefox’s JavaScript memory management to be more efficient and use less memory.

Firefox for Android v92.0

Change log



  • Crash while trying to log out of Mozilla account.
  • Lockout when returning to the parameters menu after deactivation of studies.
  • Various security fixes

Firefox for iOS v37.0

For iOS users, Mozilla is deploying Firefox version 37.0 and the changelog includes:


  • You can now manually add new accounts to the password manager.
  • Clean start: Firefox will open on your home page if the browser has been closed for more than 4 hours.
  • Quick Home Access: You will now find the Home button on the toolbar.
  • We’ve made improvements to the Enhanced Tracking Protection (ETP) menu (see lock icon) to give you more information about the security of the websites you visit.

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