Mozilla developers recently released an unscheduled update for Firefox which includes bug fixes and a new, convenient and practical feature of automatic recovery under Windows. The update will be functional from 8th August 2018. The update will be offered automatically to the users as they go to Help – About Firefox present in the Firefox menu and check latest updates. This latest version is available for download here.
According to Firefox release notes, the following are the bug fixes and additional improvements brought to the new version:
The latest update to Firefox 61.0.2 adds support for automatic restoring of Firefox session after Windows is restarted. Presently this feature is not available by default for majority of users but will possibly be enabled gradually in the coming few weeks.
The bug fixes included in the new update are:
- Improved website rendering with the Retained Display List feature enabled (Bug 1474402)
- Fixed broken DevTools panels with certain extensions installed (Bug 1474379)
- Fixed a crash for users with some accessibility tools enabled (Bug 1474007)
- Fixed a crash on devices running Android KitKat 4.4 or earlier (Bug 1472996)
This version of Firefox is presently supported for Windows 7, 8 and 10 and for Mac it ranges from macOS 10.9 to 10.13.