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Firefox 5 Beta Available For Download

by Maverick on May 26, 2011

The Mozilla Foundation has officially announced availability of Mozilla Firefox 5 Beta for download. This new version will be available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux OS. Its been said that the new Firefox 5 will be more efficient in terms of display and performance. Firefox 5 will have improved performance with lower memory or resources utilization.

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Its also been said to be compatible with browser based CSS Animation and highly compatible with web standards like HTML5, XHR, MathML, SMIL etc. Mozilla Firefox 5 is also available in specialized local language versions, i.e. Firefox 5 is available in various local languages like Hindi, Malyalam, Bengali, Punjabi, Gujrat, Maithili, Marathi and Telugu for India ; Sinhala for Srilanka, Italian, Irish, Russian and a dozen other languages.

Download Firefox 5 Beta from here : Firefox 5

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  6. Firefox Mobile Version 4 Dropped Flash And Included HTML5
  7. Firefox 4 : A Better Way To Manage Addons

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Mahesh May 26, 2011 at 4:11 pm

This is a good news for Firefox lovers, but I prefer to use Google Chrome.

neal May 27, 2011 at 12:39 pm

Firefox pages don’t display correctly on many web sites. Text, especially subjects, is displayed on top of other text making the superimposed mess undecipherable. This started happening with a few sites when I was using Firefox 3.xxx on a Win XP 32 bit computer. I now have a new machine with Win7 64 bit and am running Firefox 4.01. Now the problem is worse than ever and seems to occur on almost every other site I go to. I have installed Avant browser and Chrome and each of them displays the problem sites I have with Firefox correctly.

Sagar May 31, 2011 at 10:21 am

Then why aren’t you using Chrome as your default browser if Firefox is creating issues for you ? Firefox has many problems and freezes frequently. I was a Firefox lover some time back, but slowly Firefox turned into frustration. I usually have 10+ tabs open and its difficult to switch between tabs and Firefox starts-up very slowly. Chrome is much better than Firefox in almost every possible way. So i switched to Chrome finally.

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