sutor.com: Last night my Firefox browser started to crash. Not occasionally, but every single time I started to to type something in the search bar in the upper right hand corner. What the heck happened?
mozillazine.org/asa: It's not quite Spring yet, but with the release of Firefox 3.6, now would be a great time to give your browser a good cleaning.
- Mozilla defends Firefox's HTML5 support for only Ogg Theora video
- Mozilla takes on YouTube video choice
- HTML5 video and H.264 – what history tells us and why we’re standing with the web
linuxplanet.com: Back last August, as soon as Firefox 3.5 was released, I installed it on Ubuntu 9.04. I didn't know how to do it, because I was a rank beginner. Still am. But back then I was about as rank a beginner. Since there are so many ways to do various things in the Linux-based systems, it's easy to get confused.
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- Firefox surges
mozillalinks.org: Here are five quick tips to enhance your Firefox 3.6 experience:
- YouTube announces HTML5 demo, but not for FireFox 3.6
- Firefox 3.6 upgrade or not?
- Review: Mozilla Firefox 3.6 Is More Than Just An Add-On
- Firefox 3.6 is 20 Percent Faster
- Install Firefox 3.6 on Ubuntu in 3 Easy Steps
- Install Firefox 3.6 in Ubuntu the Super Easy Way using Ubuntuzilla
- Firefox 3.6: Spacer trick for prettier Personas
- Tour the new Firefox 3.6
- Official Release Announcement
- Turn Firefox 3.6 Into Firefox 4 Now!
arstechnica.com: Mozilla's Firefox got a bit hotter today with the official release of version 3.6, a noteworthy update of the popular open source Web browser. It's an incremental improvement that introduces a modest assortment of new features and expands the browser's support for emerging Web standards.
Also: A Web user's diary: Opera 1, other browsers 0
blogs.zdnet.com: Several minutes ago, the Mozilla team shot me an email announcing the availability of Firefox 3.6. For an incremental update, Firefox 3.6 offers a good number of improvements and new features.
smh.com.au: Internet browsers Firefox and Opera have experienced a massive surge in downloads since the security flaw in Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) was exposed.
Also: IE is so secure we just had to build an OS out of it