Mozilla has launched the next incarnation of Firefox, its fabulously popular web browser, with update 3.6 serving up a few changes that won’t shatter your world, but still bring enough tweaks to make it a more smiley place.
Aesthetically the main refresh comes with the thousands of custom paint jobs, known as ‘Personas’, that you can apply to the browser, to give it a more personal touch. We’re actually working on a T3-theme so stay tuned for that.
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It also possesses the new language of the web, HTML5, which will allow you to stream videos on sites like YouTube without the need for an Adobe Flash plug-in.
Firefox 3.6 also checks on the status of your other plug-ins and forewarns you before they expire, which will lessen security risks. It’s available to download now here
Link: Mozilla (via TechRadar)