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Firefox Gets A Redesign With New Floatier Tabs

Usman Aslam Written by Usman Aslam · 42 sec read>

In recent news, Mozilla gave a new redesign for Firefox where the main focus has been on the outlook of the tabs. The new tabs are bigger than before and they now float above the toolbar near the top of the browser.

To get a better understanding of this update you can check the image below:

Image source: The Verge

Moreover, Mozilla highlighted that this new detached design is a helpful way to enable users to move their tabs around as stated in their blog as follows:
“We detached the tab from the browser to invite you to move, rearrange and pull out tabs into a new window to suit your flow, and organize them so they’re easier for you to find.”

Apart from the tab changes, the company has made the toolbar less cluttered which is a better improvement over the previous one. In addition to this, there are more streamlined menus as shown below:

Image source: Mozilla

All in all, it seems Mozilla is working hard to keep up with Chrome and Microsoft Edge in the race for the best browser.

Written by Usman Aslam
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