I used to be very fond of Windows Firefox used, since I’ve been an Apple user, I’ve been using Safari – Chrome is also used occasionally. If you stay loyal to Firefox, you can now install version 103 and benefit from 120Hz support on the 14″ and 16″ MacBook Pro.
When viewing a static webpage that doesn’t require a high refresh rate, the MacBook Pro’s screen will assume the lower refresh rate to conserve battery power, but when gaming, scrolling, or other activities where a higher refresh rate results in smoother content, the higher refresh rates enabled.
Furthermore, there are improvements for the picture-in-picture function, where you can now also set the font size for subtitles. Also new is the possibility to support subtitles on platforms such as Funimation, Dailymotion, Tubi, Hotstar and SonyLIV. Other new features include highlighting mandatory fields in PDFs and fixing a number of bugs and security vulnerabilities. Firefox 103 for macOS is available now from the Mozilla website.
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