Firefox 4.0 Beta 1 now available for download

Yes! Mozilla’s first beta version of Firefox 4.0 has arrived to the public! Firefox 4 can be downloaded right now on Windows, Mac, and Linux machines. This latest version of Mozilla’s hit web browser sports a cool new look and revamped interface. Go download it right now and tell us what you think in the comment section below! Download link: Read more »

Mike Beltzner sets course for Firefox 4

Yesterday, Mozilla’s Product Director, Mike Beltzner, gave an in-depth presentation about the future of the popular open-source web browser, Firefox. His presentation explained that pretty much all the features that we anticipated Firefox 3.7 to have, will be integrated in to 3.6.4 which will be coming out very soon. Because of this, Mozilla’s next goal is to get Firefox 4.0 in beta form by June. It will pack a LOT of speed, new security features, and simplicity. You can learn more about the future version of Firefox from Beltzner’s blog: Read more »

Mozilla Firefox 3.5 Beta 5 now Available

Any chance we’ll be seeing a release candidate soon, Mozilla? In the mean time, the 5th beta version of Firefox 3.6 is now available. You can download it right now at: This new beta features a ton of bug fixes, speed improvements, and stability improvements. Read more »

Mozilla Firefox 3.6 Beta 4 now Available

Mozilla has just rolled out a 4th beta version of Firefox 3.6. More than 100 bugs have been fixed in this new beta release and Mozilla is also saying that more than 70 percent of Firefox add-ons are now compatible with Firefox 3.6. Hopefully we should be seeing a full release soon. You can download Mozilla Firefox 3.6 Beta 4 here: Read more »

Firefox, Chrome, IE, Oh My! – The Right Browser for you

There are many different browsers out there that do many different things. Firefox is known for it’s fast library of plug-ins. Chrome is know for it’s simplicity and speed. Internet explorer is known for the years it has been around. The question is which one is right for you? If you have been using many different browsers for some time, you should sit down and think of why you would use each one, and why it would benefit you. Lets say you were are hacker and liked to play around with the source code for a lot of applications, you would use firefox. Lets say you liked to quickly check your RSS feeds and then sign off again, Chrome would be right for you. No matter what you do, there is a browser out there for you. It’s not bad to have many browsers installed on your computer. In some cases, it’s actually quite useful. One time YouTube was just not working for me on IE so I used Firefox as a last resort. You should always have another browser installed on your computer, just in case the one you use commonly, fails. Read more »