Mozilla Confirms Tuesday Release for Firefox 3.5

June 29, 2009 11:55am CST
Mozilla is scheduled to release Firefox 3.5 on Tuesday morning. The Mozilla team is mobilizing to ship Firefox 3.5 and it's looking like Tuesday morning.Firefox 3.5 will include a private browsing mode that hides browser activity, a sped-up JavaScript engine known as TraceMonkey, new location services, and support for several emerging HTML 5 features. HTML 5 support will allow the browser to natively play video encoded in the open source Ogg Theora format and Ogg Vorbis audio, which provides for manipulation and editing of video without the use of an external program.
3 responses
@coffeebreak (17820)
• United States
15 Jul 09
I use Mozilla novice to say the least! how do I go about upgrading to the new verizon? Do I have to delete the old one first, then just download the new version?
• India
30 Jun 09
thanks for that great news.. hope it comes with good result.... i am also a firefox fan and waiting for it..... anyway...Keep lotting....keep earning.... byee....
@tonyllenium (6266)
• Italy
29 Jun 09
Yes it seems good as new release for firefox this new one so features seemed to me ok and may be also other things linked to surifing will be much faster and better too in we are waiting and we will see the release if it should be so relevant..