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Firefox 4 now with optimized session restore

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mozillalinks.org: If you tend to have a large number of tabs open at a time, get ready to experiment considerably faster session restores thanks to cascaded session restore (CSR), an optimized approach that loads a limited number of tabs at a time (3 by default) when Firefox restarts.

Firefox 4 Preview - Foxy, sharp and fast!

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dedoimedo.com: Greetings, children of the Internets! Mozilla is about to unleash their fourth major release of Firefox, the highly popular web browser that has started the revolution and torn the supremacy away from Internet Explorer.

Firefox 3.6.10 and 3.5.13 updates now available for download

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mozilla.org: Firefox 3.6.10 and 3.5.13 are now available as free downloads for Windows, Mac, and Linux from www.firefox.com. As always, we recommend that users keep up to date with the latest stability and support versions of Firefox.

What's next for Firefox on Linux?

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techradar.com: Growth over the last year has been static, and things are about to get worse. A competing open source browser has been able to go from zero to 7% market share, and doesn't show any sign of slowing down.

Firefox 4 may not get silent updates

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  • Firefox 4 may not get silent updates after all
  • Mozilla renames Firefox 4 Beta 6 to Beta 7

Mozilla Asks, ‘Are We Fast Yet?'

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  • Mozilla Asks, ‘Are We Fast Yet?'
  • 4 Beautiful Firefox Ads You Would Love to Watch
  • My Thunderbird inbox has an extra inbox

Mozilla fixes Firefox holes, curtails clickjacking

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cnet.com: Mozilla released two new versions of its browser on Tuesday, Firefox 3.6.9 and Firefox 3.5.12, to close 10 critical security vulnerabilities.

Also: Mozilla: Now is the time for browser-based games

Firefox 4.0 Beta 5 Arrives

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ghacks.net: As of this minute, the Mozilla servers are being filled with new Firefox 4.0 Beta 5 releases. The distribution has not been completed yet, and it is likely that it will take at least a few hours before the official announcement is being made over at the Mozilla website.

Start of feature cull for Firefox 4

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h-online.com: Mozilla has confirmed that it has started culling features for version 4.0 of its open source Firefox web browser.

Unified Stop Reload Go button comes to Firefox 4

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mozillalinks.org: Pieces keep fitting in for the Firefox 4 theme refresh. Recent development nightlies now feature the planned stop-reload-go button next to the location bar.

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