In the Firefox 68 update, you can look forward to improvements to themes, extensions and updates.
Dark Mode has now been made more consistent in Reader mode, with the windows, controls, sidebars and toolbars now also being included in the theme. Firefox Stub installer has also had its design updated, bringing a new first run experience to users.
You can now access your Firefox Account Settings a bit quicker too, with the new Avatar button on the toolbar.
As part of Firefox’s Recommended Extensions Program; you can find Extensions handpicked by Mozilla under the Extensions and Themes section in about: addons.
The about: addons, or add-ons Manager, is now based on HTML. WebRender, now available for Firefox users on Windows 10 using AMD graphic cards.
Firefox now automatically resolve HTTPS errors caused by antivirus software, by burning on enterprise roots preference. Camera and Microphone access now require HTTPS connection for this reason.
Developers can now view active workarounds -already applied by Mozilla- for specific websites broken in Firefox.
In this version, you can’t disable Firefox multi-process by changing a pref value in about:config.
If you run into any trouble with this update, it is now possible to report extensions and themes that cause performance and security issues to Mozilla. You can find the Report option in the Extensions Menu on the Toolbar. The option is also provided when you uninstall or remove an extension or theme.
Here are the Firefox 68 release notes: