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Porn-lovers and prezzie shoppers alike are celebrating today after Mozilla announced the release of the privacy-minded version 20 of Firefox.

According to the Mozilla blog, the new iteration of the browser allows users to launch a private browsing window whilst keeping other sessions open.

"You can shop for a birthday gift in a private window with your existing browsing session uninterrupted," Mozilla crowed. "You can also use a private browsing window to check multiple email accounts simultaneously."

Mozilla made no mention of the opportunities their new browser offers to anyone wanting to view grumble flicks without being caught out.

A similar service will be available on Android on a per-tab basis, so those keen to secretly splash some money can do what they feel the need to do without anyone else knowing.

Other features include a new download manager in the toolbar, which will simplify the process of monitoring and finding downloaded files, and a new bookmarks system for Android.

Mozilla also wants to help out the 50million people it claims use phones with weedy ARMv6 processors. Firefox will now run on phones with these weaker chips, including Samsung Galaxy Next, HTC Aria, HTC Legend, Samsung Dart, Samsung Galaxy Pop and the Samsung Galaxy Q.

Mozilla is celebrating its 15th anniversary this week, prompting its arch-rival - Microsoft's Internet Explorer team - to take the time to send a birthday tweet which said:

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