As quite a few of you are visiting the Tamoggemon Content network via notebooks, I felt that the announcement below could be important – Mozilla has just released a new release candidate of FireFox 3.6, which promises to be even faster than the current beta or 3.5 editions.
According to the official announcement, the following improvements can be expected:
Firefox 3.6 (built on the Gecko 1.9.2 platform) introduces several new features for users and developers:
* Users can change the browser’s appearance with a single click using Personas.
* Firefox 3.6 alerts users about out of date plugins to keep them safe.
* Changes to how third-party software integrates with Firefox to increase stability.
* Improved automatic form fill provides better options from your form history.
* Open, native video can now be displayed full screen, and supports poster frames.
* Support for the WOFF font format.
* The ability to run scripts asynchronously to speed up page load times.
* Support for the HTML5 File API
* Support for new CSS, DOM and HTML5 web technologies.
In case you still use an outdated version of FireFox (or, even worse, IE) – hit the link below ASAP. The improved speed (and increased battery life) definitely is worth it: