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Remember that Firefox 16 vulnerability I posted about yesterday? Yeah, well, it has been fixed with the release of Firefox 16.0.1 — it is safe to upgrade now.
If you are curious as to what changes Firefox 16 brings over Firefox 15, there isn’t much for the end user; most of the changes are backend and aimed at developers.…Read More »
Update: Firefox 16.0.1 is out now. See this article for more information.
As I was trolling the web to find interesting tidbits to share with dotTechies, I learned that Firefox 16 has been released. I set the story aside for publication later in the day.…Read More »
Back in July dotTech covered the features to expect in Firefox 15. Now Firefox 15 has been officially released and we know exactly what it brings with it. Let’s take a look.
Out of all the major changes to Firefox 15, the most significant changes for end users are the following:
- Less RAM usage.
A Mozilla Firefox developer, Jono DiCarlo, has finally found the need to express his feelings as he posted a lengthy and well-written post which has triggered some quite interesting debates and discussions.
DiCarlo, in his blog post, points out that Firefox got it all wrong by trying to mimic the rapid release cycles of Google Chrome, which resulted in some crest-fallen Firefox users who gradually shifted to other browsers; with many of them going to the Chrome and triggering troubles for Firefox.…Read More »
Mozilla is chugging away at them Firefox updates, officially releasing Firefox 11 today. Most of the changes, once again, deal with back-end and developer issues rather than end-user facing features. The most significant change for the end-user is the ability to sync add-ons across multiple computers for anyone that uses Firefox Sync.…Read More »