Mozilla announced Tuesday that the first beta version of Firefox 4, the latest iteration of its browser, is ready for downloading and testing. The beta has several new features, including privacy and speed enhancements.
The new version Firefox 3.6 offers a good number of improvements and new features. The Mozilla team claims the release is '0 percent faster than its six month old predecessor and offers advancements in email, photo uploads, video and social networking.more ...
With today's updates, September 11th, Canonical upgraded the default web browser to Mozilla Firefox 15.0.1, in all its supported Ubuntu operating systems. The new version, Mozilla Firefox 15.0.1, is here to fix the Private Browsing mode issue which was not working properly in the Mozilla Firefox 15.0 version, allowing users to find visited sites in browser's cache.
The new Mozilla Firefox 4.0 is now available for download. For Ubuntu users, you can now switch to this stable version of Firefox 4. Mozilla Firefox 4 gets many improvements especially in security and speed term. You can download the new Firefox 4 for Linux from this link.
It seems that Mozilla are in a rush to push Firefox into higher version numbers as fast as possible. Mozilla’s explanation for the increase in version number turnover is that it has moved to ‘rapid development cycle’ to get new features into the hands of users as quickly as possible, but looking at Mozilla’s roadmap I’m not so sure.
Mozilla has been released the new version of Firefox 3.6.3 few days ago. If you are still using previous version instead of Firefox 3.6.3, it is recommended to update to 3.6.3 version for security reason. Now, you can customize your Firefox with many themes that you can download for free from Mozilla website.
Mozilla reports that its developers have put together Linux builds of its Open source browser, Firefox 4 with version 4.5 of GCC, or the GNU Compiler Collection.The latest builds are expected to function properly even when used with the earlier Linux platforms, be it Red Hat or CentOS 5. On the whole, they support GNU standard libstdc++ library from GCC 4.1.