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Developer makes Firefox much faster than Mozilla does, which means you needn't jump to Google Chrome just yet.
With Firefox 3.5, Mozilla hopes to "upgrade the Web" with new features such as faster performance, built-in video, and new graphics technology.
Google Chrome just got faster, but until it and other competing browsers get Firefox's community, Firefox will continue to outpace its rivals.
Web browser's third update this year fixes 12 vulnerabilities--four rated critical--and comes as its open-source developers ready the fourth beta.
Organization behind the open-source browser chose to add more features instead of shipping in early 2009. A final Firefox 3.5 looks to be two to three months away.
A large swath of new features are arriving in the second beta of Firefox 3.1, including video support, private browsing, and background processing.
Under-the-hood enhancements to the browser take advantage of a new rendering engine, Gecko 1.9.1.
Added features include support for a new video tag element introduced with the HTML 5 standard, along with some speed enhancements.
The open-source browser makes my life easy in more ways than one.