Firefox 3 created a history by clocking the max number of downloads and hittting the Guinness book of world records. This time Firefox 3.5 is going to take the web by storm with its lightning fast speed. Check out this screencast - Firefox 3.5 vs Firefox 3.0.9 rendering Facebook - to get a clue.
Watched the video? So you have the Flash plugin in your browser. Now, Firefox 3.5 - which is HTML 5 ready - can play embedded videos without a plugin (e.g. Flash, Quicktime). In fact, Firefox 3.5 treats videos just like any other element of the webpage.
Firefox 3.5 packs elaborate privacy features. You can choose to surf privately a la Chrome’s Incognito mode. You can also wipe out all instances of one particular website from your history at one go. Then, there is also the option of deleting the most recent history - be it the last 2 hours, 4 hours or the day.
The Among improvements on the tab front, 3.5 allows you to bring back not just recently closed tabs, but windows as well. You can also create a new window by dragging out a tab or drag windows into tabs. The ’session restore’ has also got smarter - you can choose only those tabs that should be restored.
Firefox 3.5 supports location-aware-browsing (based on Google Location Services). By knowing your location, websites can offer content tailored to you.
Firefox 3.5 is set to launch in less than 12 hours. Get ready to grab the fastest browser!
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