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Firefox 13 Available Now

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Exactly as the company promised it would early last year, Mozilla is proceeding full steam ahead with its rapid release cycle for the Firefox browser. Version 13 of Firefox first arrived in a beta version in April, adding a number of notable features. Now, version 13 is available (although it officially launches tomorrow). Here is what's under the hood.

Among major changes in version 13, When opening a new tab, users are now presented with their most visited pages in one collection. This works similarly to how the same feature has worked in Google Chrome.

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