Source Pravda.Ru

New beta version of Firefox from Mozilla

Mozilla has released a third beta version of Firefox 3.The open-source browser of this version has better security features, offline application support, faster page gendering, over 350 fixes related to memory leaks and other improvements.

The new Firefox beta works with the operating systems Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux.

Still Mozilla warns users that they my face some problems while using this version, as it was intended for “testing purposes only” and is aimed at developers.
Mozilla is free software project that was founded in order to create the next-generation Internet suite for Netscape. The Mozilla Organization was founded in 1998 to create the new suite. On July 15, 2003 , the organization was formally registered as a non-profit organization, and became Mozilla Foundation. The foundation now creates and maintains the Mozilla Firefox browser and Mozilla Thunderbird email application, among other software. The Mozilla trademark is held by the Mozilla Foundation as of 2006.

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