Mozilla Firefox 1.5 Final

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Firefox hit its second major milestone Tuesday with the release of version 1.5, arriving just over a year after the alternative browser debuted at 1.0. The update sports Mozilla’s new Gecko 1.8 rendering engine to speed up Web surfing, along with a myriad of other fixes and improvements.

Notable changes in Firefox 1.5 include the ability to reorder tabs, faster back and forward buttons, a feature to clear personal data, improved accessibility and popup blocking, along with support for more Web standards such as SVG, CSS 2 and CSS 3, and JavaScript 1.6. Firefox 1.5 is available now for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

Awesome news! I’m not an IE hater nor a Mozilla lover. Simply put, I enjoy using both browsers for different tasks. I have to admit being able to organize my tabs is a huge plus for a freak like myself. I have to recommend an extension for Firefox called NoScripts.

Plugin: NoScript [download] [info]

Download: Firefox 1.5 Final

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