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Chrome 10 v. Firefox 4: Open Source Browser Battle

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Moz/FF It's been a busy week for Web browsers. Chrome 10 was released a few days ago, and today sees the release candidate of Firefox 4.

Mozilla Firefox 4 Release Candidate Now Available

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Moz/FF Mozilla Firefox 4 for Windows, Mac and Linux has exited the beta cycle and is now available as a release candidate in more than 70 languages.

Mozilla Moves On

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Moz/FF Mozilla has recently acquired a new CEO, one of whose key tasks is presumably pondering precisely this issue. I met Gary Kovacs last week. My main question to Kovacs was easy to ask, but somewhat harder to answer: What is your strategy for Mozilla?

Showdown: Chrome (Beta) vs. Firefox 4.0

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Moz/FF With new versions scheduled to be released for these two popular web browsers, many of us are rethinking where our loyalties lie. Should we go with the Google Chrome (Beta) or Mozilla Firefox 4.0?

Linux and The Crashy Firefox 4

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Moz/FF Several articles have been circulating around the Web concerning the crashing of Firefox 4 and urging users to upgrade their drivers. Most of these posts speak of Direct2D and Windows Layers acceleration issues, so Linux users may think they are exempt. However, this isn't entirely true.

Also: Firefox 4 web browser video demo

Firefox 4 RC Vs. IE9 RC: The First Duel

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Moz/FF Mozilla posted the first builds of the Release Candidate of Firefox on its FTP servers: Time for a first comparison with IE9 RC, its main rival. How fast is Mozilla’s Firefox 4 RC1?

Firefox 3.6.15 compatibility update now available

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Moz/FF Firefox 3.6.15 is now available as a free download for Windows, Mac, and Linux from As always, we recommend that users keep up to date with the latest stability and support versions of Firefox, and encourage all our users to upgrade to the very latest version, Firefox 3.6.15.

First Firefox 4 RC1 Build Posted

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Moz/FF Mozilla is preparing the release of Firefox 4 with a bang. The final patches for Beta 12 have passed QA and have been put into a first RC1 build, which is likely to be the final version of Firefox 4 as well.

Firefox 4 and that wee menu!

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  • Firefox 4 and that wee menu!
  • Robust Firefox
  • New Ubuntu Integration
  • Mozilla Developer Engagement Update, Feb 28, 2011

Firefox 4 RC expected March 9

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Moz/FF Mozilla is planning to spin the first release candidate for Firefox 4 this Friday and the code is aimed to be released to beta testers as early as next Wednesday, March 9, developers said during a call today.

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