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CLIQZ (64-bit)

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Download CLIQZ 1.38.0 (64-bit)

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What's new in this version:

CLIQZ 1.38.0 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version


CLIQZ 1.35.0 (64-bit)
Improvements:
- Cliqz got updated to Firefox 75.0 with various improvements and fixes
- The built-in security add-on HTTPS Everywhere got updated to the latest version 2020.3.16
- The Cliqz Browser now supports eight content processes by default. This should make it run even faster on powerful machines
- The Enterprise version of the Cliqz Browser offers a new setting to disable MyOffrz via enterprise policy

Fixes:
- Minor fixes for Cliqz Tab improve performance and stability
- Some websites that use third-party cookies were no longer working properly. These problems should now be fixed

Miscellaneous:
- We removed the “Do Not Track” option from the browser settings as it often has no effect and gives you a false sense of security. Thanks to the Anti-Tracking technology built into the Cliqz Browser, you are fully protected from data collectors anyway. (Power users can still configure Do Not Track via about:config.)


CLIQZ 1.34.1 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version


CLIQZ 1.34.0 (64-bit)
Improvements:
- Cliqz got updated to Firefox 74.0 with various improvements and fixes
- Like Firefox, Cliqz now makes importing your bookmarks and history from the new Microsoft Edge browser on Windows and Mac really simple
- Add-ons installed by external applications can now be removed using the Add-ons Manager (about:addons)just like in Firefox. Going forward, add-ons can only be installed by users, not by applications.

Fixes:
- When Cliqz automatically opened a link in a new forget mode window, it could happen that the browser killed the normal mode tab from which the link was clicked. This problem should not occur again in the future.


CLIQZ 1.33.1 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version


CLIQZ 1.33.0 (64-bit)
Improvements:
- Cliqz got updated to Firefox 73.0.1 with various improvements and fixes
- In the browser settings you’ll find the new section “Labs”. Here you can activate the latest browser features that we’re currently testing. The first one is support for the Dat Protocol that enables the loading of certain web pages via a peer-to-peer network

Fixes:
- Users of Kaspersky Antivirus could no longer open HTTPS pages in the Cliqz Browser and got the error message “Your Connection is not secure”. This problem should not occur again in the future
- When updating from an older browser version it could happen that instead of Cliqz Tab only an empty page was displayed. This issue has been fixed

Miscellaneous:
- The Connect feature has been removed due to performance issues. But we are already working on a better and more stable solution. Please let us know what features you would like to see


CLIQZ 1.32.1 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version


CLIQZ 1.32.0 (64-bit)
- Cliqz Browser release 1.32.0 includes the improvements of Firefox’s latest versions 71.0 and 72.0.1 with additional Cliqz improvements and bug fixes


CLIQZ 1.30.1 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version


CLIQZ 1.30.0 (64-bit)
New Features:
- Browse undisturbed at last: Thanks to the new Cookie Pop-up Blocker, websites no longer bother you with cookie consent notices. Once activated, consent requests for data collection are automatically denied if possible. Otherwise, the cookie pop-up is simply hidden

Improvements:
- Cliqz got updated to Firefox 70.0.1 with various improvements and fixes
- Thanks to code optimizations, the Cliqz Browser now starts up to 20% faster (with an existing profile)
- Cliqz now displays websites opened in Forget Mode in a separate browser window. Therefore, normal and private tabs are more strictly separated. This makes it easier for you to differentiate between them, and further strengthens your privacy. Forget Tabs are no longer supported
- The completely redesigned Onboarding makes the initial setup of the Cliqz Browser easier by guiding you step-by-step through the most important settings

Fixes:
- Various bugs with themes have been fixed
- Instead of Firefox’s built-in tracking protection, the Cliqz Browser uses our superior anti-tracking technology
- Cliqz continues to use the built-in password manager instead of Firefox Lockwise to manage login data and passwords


CLIQZ 1.29.3 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version


CLIQZ 1.29.2 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version


CLIQZ 1.28.0 (64-bit)
Improvements:
- Cliqz got updated to Firefox 68.0 and 68.0.1 with various improvements and fixes
- Fans of the reader moder mode that use dark theme in Cliqz can now enjoy a full dark interface in the reader mode

Fixes:
- For some users the privacy stats on Cliqz tab reset with every extension update. This shouldn’t happen anymore
- We brought back Cliqz Tab in Forget mode. Now all users can enjoy different backgrounds, favorites, and news on every new tab
- We received user feedback that recent closed tabs were shown even if one chose an option to never remember history. We made sure those closed tabs are now forgotten for good
- We brought back the option to always open specific websites in forget mode


CLIQZ 1.27.4 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version


CLIQZ 1.27.0 (64-bit)
New features:
- Annoying auto-play content is now by default turned off
- By default any new extension you add to Cliqz won’t run in Forget mode unless you specifically allow it
- Cliqz is now also available for enterprise environment
- Added the possibility to Manage Extension Shortcuts from the settings on “Manage your extensions” page

Improvements:
- Cliqz got updated to Firefox 67.0 with various improvements and fixes
- To make sure you are even more protected, we added certificate checking for System Addons folder (which is distributed with the browser) to prevent potential malitious attacks

Fixes:
- We fixed the issue with lost German translation on About:preferences#privacy page
- You can now import all you data from Chrome to Cliqz with ease (if you wish, also cookies)


CLIQZ 1.26.5 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version


CLIQZ 1.26.0 (64-bit)
New features:
- Use your favorite add-ons in your Cliqz Browser! But keep in mind that extensions can also pose risks and slow down your browser. For more transparency, Cliqz now shows you all the permissions that installed add-ons require. This way you can see immediately which settings and data they are allowed to access. Learn more in our blog
- After a major update of the Cliqz Browser, a “What’s new” page opens automatically to inform you briefly about the most important changes. This will keep you up to date with the latest features and improvements. The page only appears when there are really significant feature updates

Improvements:
- Cliqz got updated to Firefox 66.0.2 which brings various improvements and fixes
- The dark browser theme is pleasant for your eyes – and it looks awesome! We added a possibility to easily switch between the light and dark theme in the Cliqz Tab settings. How this works is explained in a blog post
- We’ve updated the algorithm behind the “Time saved” statistic on Cliqz Tab. In addition to the time you save by using the built-in ad blocker, it now also takes into account the time you save by using Cliqz Quick Search

Fixes:
- In some cases an empty page was opened in the browser after a restart. This bug has been fixed
- We fixed the issue that the temperature unit preference for the Weather Smart Cliqz was not being saved

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