A Closer Look at Kiosk Mode in Mozilla Firefox 71
Firefox 71 is now available for download on all supported desktop platforms, and while Mozilla is yet to release the official changelog, we already know pretty much everything about this new update.
And it’s all because the majority of changes in Firefox 71 have already been previewed in Nightly and Beta builds of the browser, so with the release of this stable version, the new features have only been graduated to another channel.
One of the new features in Firefox 71 is the built-in kiosk mode, a feature that until now was only available with third-party extensions.
By definition, the kiosk mode allows Firefox to be used for presentations by maximizing a specific website to full screen. At first glance, it looks and feels a lot like the full-screen mode in Firefox, which you can easily trigger by pressing the F11 key on the keyboard, but kiosk mode also removes the window controls that you can access when moving the mouse cursor to the top of the screen.