Firefox now supports VR

After Firefox got a major update that has accelerated it recently, it now supports VR through its version 55 so that it joins the older Chrome and Edge that have supported this type of content posted on the web since February and April.

Now all Windows users will be able to watch virtual reality content via web browser through Firefox using HTC or Okulos Reef glasses by the WebVR standard which allows web browsers to run virtual reality content.

Mozilla also announced a new tool to capture screenshots that are now available with a screenshot called Firefox Screenshots and take screenshots of a specific item within a web page, a specific area of the page, the whole section of the page, or the entire web page to the unseen part of it, Snapshots to the cloud and then copied to the temporary folder in the device, and those clips are available for at least two weeks unless stretched manually.

 

 

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