Download Firefox 11 before official launch


Download Firefox 11 before official launch


Mozilla Firefox web browser has reached another milestone in its progress coming up with the version 11. Now the new version of the browser is not officially announced but as usual, Mozilla has dumped the product on the FTP prior to the official launch date. Firefox 11 is available for download but if you have used the auto-update then you will have to wait until the official launch.

13th March 2012 is announced to be the official launch date by Mozilla The previous stable release was made in late January and after the rapid release cycle, the company is launching updates in quick succession. It means that there are only few changes but they are distinct.

AS it goes, Firefox 11 has certain main changes and one of them is the capability to import new settings from the Google Chrome browser. This will make it easier for the Firefox fans who moved to Chrome and again wish to come back to it Firefox. Another feature will sync all the add-ons if you use the web browser on several PCs. This way you need not install all the add-ons on different PCs.

There are also some changes and features added to the user interface to offer fast page loading. The browser also has several bug fixes and tools for the developers. An interesting one is the Page Inspector 3D that lets the users to use WebGL hardware to view a web page too close in 3D.

The Mozilla FTP has the Firefox 11 for Mac OS X, Linux and Windows operating systems. Just now we are coming to know about the version 11 release and so soon the company has announced the release date of version 12 to be 24th April 2012.

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