The brand-new version of the Firefox Web browser can know exactly where you're working from, but can also help conceal your private data. And it's lightning fast to boot
If only for the speed, lightness of being, and security alone, Firefox remains our Editors' Choice for best Internet browser.
An alpha version of Firefox 3 (Gran Paradiso) Alpha 1 is available for download, but this release is not meant for public consumption; it's only for testing.
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Users of the 2010-era browser won't be prompted to upgrade to the new Firefox 7 until Mozilla is sure its servers are up to the task.
A large swath of people using an older browser could climb aboard Mozilla's rapid-release train when they're prompted to upgrade starting today.
We can't fathom why you would want to do this, but in this How To video, CNET editor Seth Rosenblatt shows you how to make your brand-new Firefox 4 look like 2008's Firefox 3. Don't say we never do anything for you.
The difficulties of supporting some new architectural features on old chips mean Firefox 4 probably will work only on Intel-basd Mac computers.
The new browser version, released just over a week after Firefox 3.6.2, fixes another critical vulnerability in the open-source browser.
Firefox 3.0.19 is the end of the line for the browser version that debuted in 2008. Also released to fix security problems: Firefox 3.5.9 and Thunderbird 3.0.4.
A Web-based font issue could let remote attackers have their way with your computer. Mozilla issues Firefox 3.6.2 to fix the problem.