The Mozilla Corporation has released Firefox 3.5, the latest version of its free open source Web browser. And although Firefox 3.5’s new features and capabilities won’t be any surprise to anyone who’s been participating in the beta process, for the general Web-using public the put Firefox right back in the thick of things with the likes of Apple’s Safari and Google Chrome…and, of course, with the explicit intent of leaving Internet Explorer in the dust.
“So much is happening on the Web right now, it’s a great time for browsers,” said Mozilla CEO John Lilly, in a statement. “Firefox 3.5 brings together the most innovative Web technologies and delivers them in the most complete and powerful modern browser.”
Firefox 3.5 is available now for free for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux in more than 70 languages. Some third-party plug-ins and add-ons may need to be updated for compatibility with Firefox 3.5
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