Test version of Firefox 3.6 available for testing
Firefox fans who can’t wait to get their hands on the latest release of the super-fast, super-safe web browser can today try out the first release candidate for version 3.6.
As ever, higher speeds are top of the agenda for developers Mozilla, particularly considering the advancements made by rival Google and their Chrome browser. Start up times are quicker and Java Script performance is up, and the inclusion of asynchronous script running (prioritising bandwidth-intensive web elements) also help speed things up significantly.
Also new is the inclusion of Personas, allowing users to customise the look of the browser and increasing the security from third-party malicious software threats.
Grab the RC1 Firefox 3.6 download here.
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This is such a great resource that you are providing and you give it away for free. I love seeing websites that understand the value of providing a quality resource for free. Thanks.
On the early stage of firefox, it is indeed the best browser available on the internet. But instead to improve the performance, firefox most of the time giving problem. I personally experience it during 3.4 and 3.5 version. It makes my Quadcore PC too slow. It eat a lot of memory which is not good. I hope this version fixes all the problem. Thanks