Firefox 4 Beta 1: Are we ready for the FUTURE?
"Performance is a huge, huge, huge thing for us. We created the performance story, and we've got to keep at it." -- In an accompanying blog post he reinforces his point saying he wants Firefox 4 to be "super-duper fast."
While Google Chrome intensifies our search engines and Apple is boasting about Safari 5’s express skills, Mozilla had quicken the release of their latest version of Firefox. Which makes them release their first beta of Firefox 4, sooner than expected.
The latest version of the known surging browser is packed with heavenly new features, with add-ons manager for categorizing all the extras in one single space, High Definition videos using Google’s new WebM format and crash protection to stop add-ons ruining your surf time.
This new update in Mozilla’s Firefox browser is offering us speed at its peak which means less time consumed on worthless things and more surfing and browsing.
“Performance is a huge, huge, huge thing for us,” said Mike Beltzner, vice president of engineering for Firefox, in a Webcast on Tuesday about plans for the browser.
“We created the performance story, and we’ve got to keep at it.” — In an accompanying blog post he reinforces his point saying he wants Firefox 4 to be “super-duper fast.”
Things such are glorious goals, but we still ask this: Can Firefox compete in a world wherein Chrome was making browser market ablaze, Microsoft is working top speed, Internet Explorer is always soaring and Opera continuously leads us with groundbreaking features like Unite and Turbo?
However, Mozilla Firefox has all its supporters from all over the world and never fails to deliberately give the users satisfaction they need in Web browsing.
In the end it is the users who will decide if this is a high-end experience or not.View Article Source »