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Firefox 1.5.0.4 & Thunderbird 1.5.0.4 Released

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Firefox 1.5.0.4 is a security update that is part of our ongoing program to provide a safe Internet experience for our customers. We recommend that all users upgrade to this latest version.

  • Improvements to product stability

  • Several security fixes

Thunderbird 1.5.0.4 provides stability and security enhancements that are part of our ongoing program to provide a safer email experience for our users. We recommend that all Thunderbird users upgrade to this latest version.

Here's what's new in Thunderbird 1.5.0.4:

  • Universal Binary Support for Mac OS X which provides native support for Macintosh with Intel Core processors. Thunderbird supports the enhancements to performance introduced by the new MacIntel chipsets.

  • Improvements to product stability.
  • Several security fixes.

Firefox Release Notes.

Thunderbird Release Notes.

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