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Do We Really Need a New Browser Every Six Weeks?

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  • Do We Really Need a New Browser Every Six Weeks?
  • Firefox Strategy is a Recipe for Failure
  • Mozilla retires Firefox 4 from security support

Firefox 5: New, but improved?

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zdnet.com: Yes, there’s already a new version of Firefox out. Hurray! But, is there anything really “new” in it? Not so much.

5 Reasons to Download Firefox 5

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  • Five Good Reasons to Download Firefox 5
  • Firefox 5 Is Out, Here's What's New
  • Firefox 5 fixes security and improves browsing

Mozilla releases Firefox 5

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h-online.com: As expected, the Mozilla Project has released version 5.0 of Firefox. The update to the open source web browser comes just three months after the project's last major version, Firefox 4.0.

Mozilla, where is Firefox OS?

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extremetech.com: The last few years have seen a dramatic shift in how we interact with our computers. Gone are the days when you would run multiple applications; gone are the days when your operating system would have to carefully manage memory and multitasking — today, the vast majority of users simply use a web browser.

Firefox 5 Benchmarked – Faster And Better Than Ever Before!

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digitizor.com: Officially, Firefox 5 is scheduled for release tomorrow. However, users of the beta channel have already got their hands on it. One of the promises for Firefox 5 is better performance. We took tested Firefox 5 and benchmarked it against two other browsers.

Firefox 5 Ready To Launch: Why It Matters

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conceivablytech.com: The final build of Firefox 5 has been available for a few days from the Mozilla HTTP server and it appears that the company has successfully transitioned to a rapid release process. However,

Mozilla Firefox 5 web browser arrives early

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techradar.com: It's only three months since Mozilla outed the official Firefox 4 browser, but the fifth generation is already ready to roll.

9 Possible Features of Firefox 5 that may Kill your Chrome Cravings

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junauza.com: In its next version, that is Firefox 5, the veteran browser promises to bring along features that will put Firefox at par with Google Chrome. Here are 9.

The most common web browsers and browser versions today

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royal.pingdom.com: The web browser market is an ever-changing landscape. How many are using the various browsers out there? How many are using the latest versions? Which versions are the most common? How big an audience may you be annoying if your site isn’t perfect in a specific browser version?

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