Mozilla Firefox is one of the very popular internet browsers and the same offers simple user interface along with some handy features as well. Now the developers of the Mozilla Firefox browser started to roll out a new update and introduced an important feature on the board. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out the complete details of the latest version.
The latest Mozilla Firefox v102 is coming with the privacy focused feature and the same will not track URLs, we know that multiple companies like Facebook and more utilize custom URL query parameters to track clicks on links.
It is actually used to track your activity around the internet. Now with the latest update, the Mozilla Firefox browser will give you a shorter URL and also the same will block all the tracking URLs.
The newly implemented feature is called ‘Query Parameter Stripping’ and the same is capable to remove various query parameters.
How to enable the new feature in Mozilla Firefox
You guys can enable the feature by opening the Mozilla Firefox browser, and select Settings. After that, you need to click on Privacy & security and change ‘Enhanced Tracking Protection’ to ‘Strict.’
It is worth mentioning that the newly implemented feature will only work while browsing in normal mode and that means the feature will not work while browsing in Private mode.
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