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Firefox 71 Enters Development with New Kiosk Mode, Picture-in-Picture on Windows

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While Firefox 71 doesn't look like a big update, it brings a couple of interesting new features, such as a new kiosk mode that allow you to open the web browser directly in full-screen mode without any other distractions. This is mostly useful for companies who want to use on their kiosks, and can be enabled via the --kiosk command-line parameter.

Another interesting feature that will land as part of the upcoming Firefox 71 web browser is Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode on Windows systems, which lets users pop a video out of its webpage into a floating window that can be resized and placed on top of all windows and in any part of your desktop.

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