Firefox 3.5 (Release Candidate 1) with private browsing Released

Many of you including me are big fans of Firefox for different reasons. For all firefox lovers, here comes one more reason to cheer up. Mozilla has released the Firefox 3.5 release candidate 1 and its available for download at its public servers for everyone to download.

As per Release notes on firefox website:

Firefox 3.5 (Release Candidate) is the seventh development milestone of Firefox 3.5, the next version of the Firefox web browser. While this release is considered to be stable, it is intended for developers and members of our testing community to use for early evaluation and feedback. Users of the latest released version of Firefox should not expect all of their add-ons to work properly with this milestone.

I downloaded the RC version and right now writing this post from Firefox 3.5 RC only. The new release seem to be quite stable and working much faster compared to Firefox 3.11. Some of the major features that are added with this version is depicted well in the image below. Take a look.

Firefox 3.5 RC1- Whats New

Firefox 3.5 RC1- Whats New

As you can see from the image above,  features like private browsing, Improved clear history function, better tab management along with elimination of need of any plugin required to watch a video over the web.

Firefox 3.5 RC1- New Tab

Firefox 3.5 RC1- New Tab

Another addition is option of adding a new tab by putting a button of plus sign right at the toolbar place of tab of firefox browser.

Apart from these , there are many bug fixes and security fixes that come with this release. Download it and leave your feedback.

[Download Firefox 3.5 (RC 1)]

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