Date: Tuesday, June 30th, 2009, 10:01
Category: Mac, Software
Early Tuesday, Mozilla.org released version 3.5 of its Firefox web browser.
The new version, a 17.2 megabyte download, sports the following fixes and changes:
– Support for HTML5 video and audio content embedded directly on a page.
– A private browsing mode.
– Location-aware browsing, which allows you to share your location with Web sites if you so choose.
– Support for the latest version of the Gecko rendering platform, which brings faster rendering of onscreen content.
The 3.5 update was supposed to be version 3.1, though according to Macworld, Mozilla decided to change the version numbering, believing that it better reflected the breadth of new features and functionality that the update brought.
Firefox 3.5 is available in more than 70 different languages and requires a G3, G4, G5 or Intel-based Mac, Mac OS X 10.4 or later and 128MB of RAM to install and run.