The holy grail of all us people who work in Firefox day in, day out (and, unfortunately, often endure slowdowns and lockups) – Firefox version 3 – seems to be near completion. As of today, Firefox 3 beta 2 is available for download and testing purposes; however, don’t get your hopes up just yet. As the folks of Mozilla say, “with this second beta, you’ll get a taste of what’s coming in Firefox 3, but there’s still more to come, and much of what you’ll see is still a bit rough around the edges.”Still, if you’re the adventurous type, it’s worth trying. since it includes “approximately 900 improvements over the previous beta, including fixes for stability, performance, memory usage, platform enhancements and user interface improvements.” Much of this stuff comes from the community feedback from the first beta.
Some of the improvements (some are from beta 1) that caught our eye are:
There you have it; for detailed info and download, go to the official Firefox 3 Beta 2 page.
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