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Mozilla gets tough on Firefox memory leaks

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  • Mozilla gets tough on Firefox memory leaks
  • Fired Up over Improved Firefox
  • Chrome nearly replaced Firefox in Ubuntu Linux, Shuttleworth says
  • Idle Connection Tuning Makes Firefox 5 Faster

A Glimpse At The Next Generation Of Firefox

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conceivablytech.com: Mozilla is changing the interface of Firefox and is discussing its ideas with its users. Here is another round of mockups how Firefox X could look like.

Install Firefox 5 Beta in Ubuntu from the Firefox Next PPA

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Not long ago Mozilla changed the release cycle of Firefox, so that major new versions (Firefox 5, 6 and so on) will be released every 2-3 months. Currently, the latest alpha release is Firefox 6 Aurora, while the latest beta development version is Firefox Beta 5, which has made it into the Firefox Next PPA already. Installing this version should be very easy if you follow the next steps.

Mozilla Aims to Reduce Firefox Memory Use

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  • Mozilla launches MemShrink effort to improve Firefox memory use
  • Firefox 4 Passes 200 Million Downloads
  • Russians Love Their Opera

Firefox Full Screen

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  • Should Mozilla Pitch This Firefox Full Screen Browser?
  • Mozilla disables Firefox 5 WebGL's cross domain textures - update

Ready for Firefox 6? Here's What's on the Way

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pcworld.com: Mozilla's Firefox 5 browser may have only just entered the beta phase, but thanks to the project's new, faster development schedule, the next version is already alive and kicking. Here are a few intriguing features we can expect to see in Firefox 6.

Opera 11.50 (Swordfish) Beta

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  • Opera 11.50 (Swordfish) Beta Released
  • Opera 11.50 Beta "Swordfish" Browser Now Available for Testing
  • Do We Still Care About The Browser Wars?
  • on the story of browser names

Mozilla And Google Going After Browser Memory

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conceivablytech.com: Both Mozilla and Google have recently highlighted a more visible and detailed view of the memory that is consumed by a browser as well as content.

Get a Sneak Peek of Firefox 6

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  • Get a Sneak Peek of Firefox 6
  • All New FireFox 5
  • Firefox Aurora Jumps To Version 6

Second Firefox 5 Beta Coming This Friday

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conceivablytech.com: Following Firefox 5 Beta, Mozilla has followed up and filled all other developer channels as well. For the first time, Mozilla is now offering a full and coherent range of nightly builds, developer versions, a beta and a final release. Mozilla plans to release the second public beta this Friday.

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