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Mozilla FireFox’s 3rd Version

Alex Christie

18 February 2008

Mozilla is currently coding their fingers to the bone as they are working to the final release of the third version of its Firefox Web browser.

With the recent launch of the browser’s third beta version, the open source code has made Firefox available to almost 500,000 developers and testers to put the browser through its paces.

Although the third beta version of the browser includes some 1,300 separate changes from the
previous beta, Mozilla said it still busy working on additional changes to the browser.

"This beta will give you a taste of what’s coming in Firefox 3, but
there’s still more to come, and much of what you’ll see may still be a
bit rough around the edges," the company said.

The beta, however, is intended for Web developers and testers for "testing purposes only," Mozilla cautioned.

"We do not recommend that anyone other than developers and testers
download the Firefox 3 Beta 3 milestone release," the company warned.



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