With many of today's browsers adopting a rapid release schedule, frequent change is quickly becoming the norm. Often these modifications tend to involve underlying functionality or minor tweaks to the interface itself. In the case of Firefox 29, however, a complete face lift has taken place. Although the popular Mozilla browser still offers the same feature set its loyal users have become accustomed to, along with a few notable upgrades, the look and feel has undergone a significant transition. Sporting a look similar to Chrome on the surface and dubbed Australis, Firefox 29 appears to be going for a sleeker, curvier appearance.
These modifications to the look and feel mean that the methods for accessing some of its most oft-used features have also changed. Don't fret, though, as we've got you covered with some updated tutorials. First out of the gate is our Private Browsing walkthrough for Firefox 29, ensuring that your sensitive data is not left behind at the end of a browsing session.
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