Posts tagged Firefox
Mozilla has rolled out Beta 2 of Firefox for Android also known as Firefox Mobile 4. The 2nd beta is the kind of update which you simply can’t afford to miss out on since it includes bug fixes, enhancements as well as new features. Feature list can be accessed after the jump.
The title of the post doesn’t paint a good picture if you are a Microsoftie doesn’t it? But truth must be told even if it happens to be a bitter truth of Microsoft’s legenedary browser losing its grip on the competitive browser market. According to the stats generated by StatCounter’s research arm, Global Stats, Internet Explorer failed to take its browser market share above or equal to 50% and instead continued its down town journey from 49.87 (September) to 49.23.
A new month means some new and interesting stats to consume from StatCounter. The numbers for the month of September don’t paint a good picture if you are Microsoft or an IE fan for that matter. According to the stats shared by StatCounter, Internet Explorer’s market share has fallen below the 50 percent mark which is the first time in the otherwise dominant history of Internet Explorer.
I don’t know if you will agree with me on this but I have noticed that the rate at which Mozilla rolls out beta versions of the browser have improved quite considerably. Firefox 4.0 Beta 5 is another proof of this. The latest beta of Firefox 4.0 brings a couple of new features which we discuss after the jump.
Mozilla has rolled out yet another beta for its upcoming Firefox 4.0. Firefox 4.0 Beta 4 is the name of this latest update which brings a couple of extremely useful options. All in all, we have been blessed with two new features namely Firefox sync and Panorama (formerly known as Candy Bar) that will only increase our browsing experience and love for Firefox by letting you sync your browsing data across a range of devices and organize your tabs the way you like it.
Mozilla has rolled out yet another Beta version of Firefox 4.0. Firefox 4.0 Beta 3 is the official name of this latest update and brings the all important multi-touch support for Windows 7 users. As always, bug fixes are part and parcel of this release along with other improvements. Beta 3 is available for all the three platforms namely Mac, Linux and Windows.
The wait is finally over for all the Firefox users waiting impatiently to get a first look at Firefox 4.0. Firefox 4.0 Beta 1 has been officially unleashed by Mozilla and is available for download for Windows, Mac and Linux platform. UI changes is one of the many things that users will notice after installing the just released Beta version. Details follow after the jump.
Office 2010, Windows 7 are the only softwares that I can think of that provide support for 64 bits processors. Well its time to add another to my knowledge. Its a browser and it’s not just any browser, its Mozilla’s very own, Firefox. Mozilla has unleashed a pre-alpha build of Firefox 4.0 which is the first time they are bringing support for the 64 bit machines running on Windows 7.
Mozilla team disappointed one and all by not rolling out the promised Beta version of Firefox 1.1 for Maemo on 9th April. Here is something to cheer you up – Firefox Mobile 1.1 for N900 will be bringing a new and useful feature which will be called the Site Menu.
Guess who has decided to show on the Android phone to act as your browsing companion. Yup, you have guessed it, its none other than the much talked about Fennec for Android aka Firefox Mobile for Android. Hold your horses, it is not the official release, it is once again another piece of magnificence from the Android forum folks. MartinSchirr of Android Forums is your guy. Video has been provided as well which you can see after the jump.