Firefox 3.6 Release Candidate is out
Firefox **two days ago announced that it is coming out with a release candidate (RC) version of Firefox 3.6. Previously you might have read up on Firefox 3.6 beta version update. Now with this **Release candidate version Mozilla will probably start the transition towards version 3.7 and the much awaited and hyped Firefox ver 4.
Firefox 3.6 has had over **5 beta **versions and using it I am very satisfied with its compatibility with add-ons while most of them have been updated now.
Firefox 3.6 Release Candidate
- Now you can change the appearance of the browser with a single click using Personas.
- It has improved support for new CSS and HTML5 technology.
- It will support third party applications integrating with Firefox to improve stability.
- It will alert the users about out of date plugins.
- Improved automatic form fill with better options.
- You can manually update it from their website but if you have 3.6 beta version it should update automatically.
I am not a software testing expert but since the upgrade I feel the Mozilla Labs features which I had installed with my Firefox seem to be working a lot better and in a streamlined way. I think this will be quite crucial considering the applications and features in Labs which are present now will be the mainstay of Firefox’s version 4. Even though it is rumored that version 4 will be out towards the end of the year, its integration of applications lying in Mozilla labs will be crucial. I think it will get a lot better with Firefox 3.7 and we might be soon using some features like Weave in a more friendlier and reliable way.
Do let me know what do you think about the new release candidate? Download it from here.