A new version of Firefox comes with a not-so-nice feature. In version 93 of this browser, if you type words in the address bar, you will encounter a section called "Firefox Suggestion" which simply displays ads related to typed words.
Mozilla He says that to display these ads, information about the user city and typed keywords are used. This means that, as in the past, after typing different words in the address bar, except for Google search engine suggestions and related URLs in the history of browsers and bookmarks, you will see advertising links at the bottom.
Fortunately disabled This feature is easily enabled. First click on the menu icon at the top right of the browser and then select the Settings option.
In the Settings section, you should refer to the Privacy & Security section.
on this page Find the Address Bar - Firefox Suggest and uncheck Contextual Suggestions and Include occasional sponsored suggestions.
This way, you will no longer encounter Firefox ads while using the address bar, and you can use this browser safely. It should be noted that Firefox is one of the most important competitors of Google Chrome, and part of its reputation is due to the great attention paid to improving the privacy of users. Reports of declining revenue and the number of users of this browser have been published in recent months, and now by doing so it wants to increase its revenue.
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Source: The Verge