Firefox 3.5: Excellent for fans, but competition getting tougher

[I have downloaded Firefox 3.5 and initial impressions are that it is noticeably faster and uses much less memory. I have mutiple browser windows and tabs open at any one time and the memory usage seems to be around half or less to that of the previous version of Firefox. Download it here if you are not already using it.]Firefox 3.5 logoFirefox 3.5: Excellent for fans, but competition getting tougher
Firefox 3.5 brings the world’s second-most popular browser up to speed with current browsing technology and trends, and perhaps nudges it just a bit ahead of the competition. However, it is by no means the leap ahead that its predecessor Firefox 3 was, and it’s clear that the competition isn’t going away anytime soon.Available for Windows, Windows Portable, Mac, or Linux, Firefox 3.5 nevertheless represents the best Firefox we’ve yet seen from Mozilla. This comes as no surprise, and with a testing process that involved four beta builds, three release candidates, and a version change to reflect what Mozilla described as the originally-unintended breadth of the improvements being made, most of the new features are no surprise, either.

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