Mozilla launched an upgrade for Firefox on Tuesday, and one of the progressions you may see initially is a totally different look for tabs.
Firefox tabs are currently greater than they used to be, and the one that is in focus will float above the toolbar close to the top of the browser. In Chrome or Safari, conversely, the tab that is in focus looks as though it is appended directly to the toolbar.
What’s more, on the off chance that you want an idea of exactly how much bigger the new tabs are in the new design.
Mozilla says this new detached design was made to urge individuals to move their tabs around. “We detached the tab from the browser to invite you to move, rearrange and pull out tabs into a new window to suit your flow, and organize them so they’re easier for you to find,” Mozilla said in a blog.
The new Firefox design has some different changes also. Mozilla has tidied up the toolbar to make it somewhat less cluttered.

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