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Mozilla Tests Next Firefox

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The Mozilla Foundation has released a test preview of the next version of the Firefox browser, showing off the upcoming release's improved pop-up blocking, enhanced navigation and added support for Web standards.

Mozilla Firefox 1.5 Release Candidate 1 is available now from the Mozilla Foundation so that testers can make any last-minute fixes before the final code is released.

The foundation also warns in a statement on its site that the release is for testing purposes only without end-user support. Users who do not wish to download it for that purpose should continue to rely on the current version of the browser, Firefox 1.0.

Firefox 1.5 should be available in full release before the end of the year, with one more preview to be made available as early as November 11 if feedback from Release Candidate 1 is positive, according to the Mozilla Web site.

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