July 1, 2009
Posted: 12:16 PM ET
Mozilla released its latest version of Firefox, the world's second-most-popular Web browser, on Tuesday. Available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux in more than 70 languages, Firefox 3.5 is the browser's first major upgrade since the launch of Firefox 3 in June 2008.
Firefox 3.5 claims to be more than twice as fast as Firefox 3 and has a host of new features,
Early reviews have been positive. Slate's Farhad Manjoo tested a pre-release version and found it "hard to beat." An excerpt:
And ComputerWorld's Preston Gralla says:
In his review, CNET's Seth Rosenblatt is a little more cautious in his praise:
How about you new Firefox 3.5 users out there? Anyone want to weigh in?
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