Firefox 36.0 / 37.0b1 Beta / 38.0a2 Developer / 39.0a1 Nightly
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What's new in Firefox 38.0a2 Developer:
- Bug 1128116: Fix decoding H264 in webrtc where SPS & PPS aren't in a STAP-A packet r=ehugg FF 37 and before didn't encode SPS/PPS into a STAP-A packet, and the webrtc.org in branch 40 code doesn't handle that (common) case
- Back out 21e812742b52 (bug 1134598) for unexpected assertions
- Bug 1135408: Report device resets and their reasons through telemetry
- Bug 1131370: Give content side more time to finish its copy
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Smart and sleek designThe GUI is very flexible and gives you the freedom to customize the way your web browser looks like according to your preferences.
The “Hamburger” button brings key options closer to users, such as Zoom in or out, Cut, Copy, and Paste, New Private Window and New Window, History, Full Screen, Find, Options, Developer, Add-ons, Print, and Save Page. Drag-and-drop support is on the feature list for helping you rearrange, delete, or add new items.
What’s more, you can move the add-ons between the toolbar and menu, use the search field (which resides on the toolbar), and create bookmarks with just one click.
The curved tab structure, one-click bookmark and endless customization options provide a seamless navigation mode and make the GUI accessible to rookies and power users alike.
There are more ways that users may appeal to for altering the layout, such as themes for dressing up your web browser with different background colors or buttons and add-ons for embedding extra tools that let you check the weather, read RSS feeds, and more.
Key featuresFirefox bundles features that include spell check, private browsing, download manager, tabbed layout, bookmark manager, pop-up blocker, and several others. In addition to these, Firefox accommodates a series of tools for developers, such as the DOM Inspector and the Error Console.
The URL bar or address bar is able to remember visited websites, offers possible matches, and displays a list with websites that you can choose from. Plus, you can control what results are shown in the location bar from the “Options” panel by using both browsing history and bookmarks, history, bookmarks, or nothing.
Sync optionsThe synchronization mode allows you to easily access your tabs, bookmarks, passwords, history, desktop add-ons, and desktop preferences across all your devices. You may create an account by providing details about your email and password, and confirming the validation link.
Private browsing sessionsThe developers from Mozilla put a lot of emphasis upon your online security and came up with private windows for helping users browse the Internet without leaving any traces in the history. Plus, it includes a sandbox security model for testing untrusted programs without affecting the host device, phishing detector, as well as an option for clearing all private data, such as browser history and cookies.
A top web browser on the marketAll in all, Firefox proves to be a reliable and fast web browser that provides a clean and comfortable browsing experience as well as plenty of customization options. With the aid of a few add-ons and themes, it can be tailored to the needs of day-to-day users, as well as developers.
Firefox was reviewed by Ana Marculescu, last updated on February 24th, 2015
Also available: Portable Firefox
Runs on: Windows 2K / XP / Vista / 7 / 7 64 bit / 8 / 8 64 bit / 2003
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