Firefox 3.5 Offers Speedier JavaScript Performance

June 30, 2009

(ChattahBox)—Mozilla just released its much hyped and highly anticipated update to its popular multi-featured web browser, Firefox 3.5, and it has caused users and technical writers to act absolutely giddy.

Mozilla made a point of naming its new update 3.5 instead of 3.1 to alert users to all the nifty new features and performance upgrades it was adding.

The performance upgrades are indeed worth the wait. The JavaScript performance alone now operates twice as fast as version 3 and ten times faster then the older Firefox 2.

The latest version of Gecko is a sight to behold as page renderings zip on the screen in a blink of an eye.

Firefox 3.5 also offers plenty of cool new features for your browsing and video watching pleasure. The new version provides HTML5 support for embedded video and audio content. The new private browsing mode allows private and secure browsing.

Firefox 3.5 is an open source, free download and runs on Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems.



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