Mozilla has release the first beta of Firefox 3.6, which introduce a partial support for Windows 7, optimized to run on small device operating systems and promises to improve the speed more responsive than previous versions. Firefox 3.6 Beta is built on Mozilla’s Gecko 1.9.2 web rendering platform, which has been under development for several months and contains many improvements for web developers, Add-on developers and users.
Firefox 3.6 – code-named Namoroka introduces very few visible changes from the current version 3.5: Most of the improvements are in fact under the hood. Among the few exceptions is the native support for the new Windows 7 taskbar, with the exception of Jump List.
Using <video> tag and right click on the video the Full Screen options will be available, this is new to Firefox 3.6 and while on full screen, press Esc to return to the normal view.