Firefox 112.0.2 fixes high memory usage, broken notifications on Windows 8, more

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Taras Buria

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Apr 25, 2023 14:18 EDT

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Mozilla has released another bug fixing update to address a bunch of nasty bugs plaguing users on various platforms. Version 112.0.2 is now available for download with fixes for high memory usage, broken notifications on Windows 8, and invisible text on Linux. Here are the details.

What’s New in Firefox 112.0.2

  • Fixes high memory usage issue with animations in minimized (or fully covered) windows, especially when using animated themes.
  • Addresses an issue where Linux users installing bitmap fonts could have entire sections of text become invisible to them on some sites.
  • Addresses an issue where web notifications with images were not displaying for Windows 8 users.

Firefox is currently the only mainstream browser that supports Windows 7 and 8/8.1. Microsoft, Google, and other Chromium-based browsers stopped supporting their browsers on versions prior to Windows 10 when Microsoft retired Windows 7 in January 2023. Support Last month, Mozilla revealed plans to release security updates and fixes for Firefox 115 ESR until at least Q3 2024.

You can download Firefox 112.0.2. Menu > Help > About Firefox. Alternatively, download an installer. From the official website.

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