Instead of a smiling baby peering up at your from your Facebook newsfeed, you can see a cute kitty, or a big tub of bacon, or whatever you prefer.
Also included in the latest release of Mozilla's popular email client are Do Not Track support and Ubuntu One integration.
Between the memory improvements in desktop Firefox and the overhauled Android app, Mozilla seems to be getting its groove back.
Upcoming release will add an extra level of protection between add-ons and Mozilla's popular browser.
Mozilla will drop support in October, after it ships Firefox 16.
This utility lets you read messages, complete with attachments, just as easily as if you were using your original email client.
Next version will improve memory management for users of add-ons and support Opus audio, developers say.
Banking and other information from secure sites will no longer be displayed for all to see.
This latest major release of Mozilla's popular browser adds several new features to keep users safe on the Web.