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Firefox 2.0 Alpha Is Here!

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Mozilla is about to gift us again with a faster, more stable and generically better Firefox major release.

Please note that it's still a Alpha version, which means it does not contain all new expected features, it can have bugs, it can even freeze your computer. You should install and run it at your own risk!

That said, if you are so in love with Firefox that you can't wait, here are the links:

Full Blurb.

Editor's Note: I've been running it since early afternoon and have found it to be quite stable, fast, and having prettier fonts. The major drawback is the loss of extensions.

RE: loss of extensions

With the install of Nightly Tester Tools, a user may regain use of some Firefox extensions, ie. Fasterfox

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