Disabling Firefox Quantum telemetry
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|Disabling telemetry takes a little more work but can be accomplished in about five minutes. Type "about:config" in the address bar, and you will be notified that you could void your warranty (Firefox has a warranty?). Click on "I accept the risk." Type in "telemetry" in the search bar to see the results. Only some can be changed, and according to Mozilla, they are:
|You need to double-click on each, and that changes the value to false. Next, click on "toolkit.telemetry.server" and empty the string value which should be "https://incoming.telemetry.mozilla.org."
|Finally, search again for "experiments" and look for the following four entries and double-click them to change their Value to False:
|That's it! Telemetry and data collection are now disabled, and Firefox Quantum should be faster, and your privacy improved.