The new Firefox 32.0.1 update has arrived for download along with its release notes that detail the changes for mobile and desktop. As always, Mozilla encourages all users of their web browser to update right away to benefit from new features and the fixes to known problems.
This particular update became available on September 12, 2014. Fixes in the Firefox 32.0.1 release notes for desktop include stability issues being felt on computers with multiple graphics cards, an adjustment to the WebRTC: setRemoteDescription(), and there’s a fix for SSL sites displaying a mixed content icon instead of the lock icon.
Heading up the Firefox 32.0.1 mobile update changelog is a fix for the link tap selection being offset on some Android phones. It’s worth mentioning the mobile update arrived a couple of days before the desktop version.
There’s a lot more new features and bug fixes within Firefox 32.0.1 than we mentioned above, so head over to the official release notes page to find out about everything within this download.
On desktop you will see updates broken down into different headers for HTML5, developer, changed, new, and also fixed. You will also see some unresolved problems on both desktop and mobile, which include Windows XP performance issues with Assistive technologies.