Firefox 3.5 is based on the Gecko 1.9.1 rendering platform, which has been under development for the past year. Firefox 3.5 offers many changes over the previous version, supporting new web technologies, improving performance and ease of use. Some of the notable features you can see on the video below:
Mozilla has released an update for Firefox 3.0.7 where no new features are introduced but are fixed some bugs and security problems.
Firefox 3.0.7 fixes several issues found in Firefox 3.0.6:
- Fixed several security issues.
- Fixed several stability issues.
- Official releases for the Estonian, Kannada and Telugu languages are now available.
- Items in the "File" menu show as inactive after using the "Print" item from that menu – switching to a new tab restores them. This issue has been fixed.
- For some users, cookies would appear to go “missing” after a few days.
- Mac users of the Flashblock add-on, experienced an issue where sound from the Flash plug-in would continue to play for a short time after closing a tab or window.
- Fixed several issues related to accessibility features.
Download Firefox 3.0.7
When you hit the backspace key in Firefox on Windows it normally goes back to the previous page, but it doesn’t on Ubuntu Linux. Below are a few steps on how to fix Firefox in Ubuntu to get the backspace button to go back in history instead of going up the page.
SimilarWeb allows you use the extension interface for both browsing and voting instead of being limited to a web-based directory. Once you have the extension installed, using it is as simple as clicking on the SW icon beside the address bar. You can rearrange the suggested order of sites, submit new sites, and vote a suggested site up or down based on relevance.
Surfing the web in Private Browsing Mode there is not trace in your pc about what pages did you open or cookies files, also you don’t have to worry about clearing the History. But this doesn’t mean that you can use to hide your IP or anonymous surfing. Just to be clear!
The pre-release versions of Firefox 3.1 bring a new feature in this browser, the Private Browsing. This feature was introduced also in Chrome, the Google browser. The web browser usually records a lot of data while you surf webpages. For example, it records a history of all the web pages you have visited, so that later if you need help remembering a site you visited a while back, it can assist you in finding that site. Switching to Private Browsing no data will be stored on your computer and nobody can trace your online activities.
Fennec is the name of the mobile version of Firefox by Mozilla. The first alpha release is available for the OS2008 (“Maemo”) software platforms that runs on the Nokia N810 Internet Tablets. See how to install. But if you don’t have an N810, don’t worry because a version for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux is avalable.