The improvements (both in the loading of pages, which in the view of themselves when they are in memory-for example when navigating back and forth to the forum) there are, and although not huge-it-note (the speed seems to increase by 25 – 30%). For those who use Firefox is undoubtedly useful.
Like to keep up with the latest developments in the world of software? This release of Firefox 4 is the second step, already anticipated and less precarious than the first test version, to what the future will be one of the best browsers.
Firefox 4 is remarkable for a bold new design. The tabs are not below the address bar, but above. Traditionalists can still move in the classic position. A lord and master, however, is a new button in the upper left of the interface, which would replace the traditional menu like File, Edit. It is enabled by default on Windows Vista and Windows 7, and XP users should disable to make it appear the “Menu Bar” tab from the “Toolbar” menu “View”.
This version of Firefox 4 during our test had no particular problems, but it is not advisable to use it for work or perform delicate operations (such as online purchases). The bugs are around the corner, as well as security flaws.
Note: For those who like certainty, it is always available stable version of Firefox.
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