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There are many different versions of news readers - some can be used through a browser, and some are downloadable applications.
You may turn it off using Firefox preferences as well if you prefer that option: A value of true means Highlights is enabled, a value of false that the feature is disabled.
Highlights differ from top sites in two distinct ways: Mozilla added options to the Tab Page of Firefox to disable the Highlights functionality.
Some users may find it distracting or unneeded; if you are one of them, you can do the following to turn it off: The entire Highlights section is removed immediately.
Tip: Find out how to load any about:config entry directly.
You may add the preference to your Firefox configuration file, or use it when you deploy Firefox.