Firefox Redesigned Address Bar To Make Searching A Lot Faster


Mozilla has just shipped an update to its Firefox browser with a redesigned address bar to make searches faster than ever. With the revamped address bar, once you click on the address bar, it will enlarge the address bar and will show some popular sites below.

With this update, Firefox also introduced “smarter searches,” which shows additional bolded keywords as you type. The idea is to suggest search strings you might not have thought of that can help you find what you’re looking for a lot faster.

Also, once you click on the address bar, it will now automatically show your most visited websites. And in case, if one of those sites are still open on your tabs, Firefox will show a “Switch to Tab” shortcut right next to its URL.

In addition to refreshing the address bar in the Firefox browser, Mozilla also announced that it will stick to its Firefox release schedule for 2020 despite the coronavirus outbreak.  The organization says it wants to “provide uninterrupted access to vital government and health services,” so it has prioritized fixing certain issues and “taken steps to avoid shipping changes that might negatively impact the user experience or possibly break these websites.”

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