For millions of Firefox users around the globe who loved Firefox 4 will definitely celebrate at the forthcoming release of Firefox 5!
Honestly, it’s quite early to tell if Firefox 5 will deliver better results than its predecessor. The good news is that we don’t need to wait for months since Mozilla has officially announced that the official Firefox 5 browser will be out by June 21. There are several improvements we’re expecting to see on the latest Firefox including the more accessible do-not-track setting – which is not your normal “incognito” privacy pane. The setting adheres to FCC regulation which provides netizens the choice to opt-out from Online Behavioral Advertising. This will prevent third party advertisers track your internet activity by providing a more visible HTTP header – which is reported to be more effective than cookies or blacklists.
Firefox 5 is also expected to support CSS animations and will have similar GUI settings like Firefox 4. Other expected features summarized below:
- Color-coded search bars
- Update Add-ons easily
- No more Home button
- Pin websites to your taskbar
- Ability to view popular links for your favorite sites
- Sync easily between mobile and desktop platforms
- Compatible with PDF, MP3 and other file formats
- Simultaneous log-in to one site with 2 different accounts
- Share websites easily to different social networking sites
- Indicator for tracking file uploads
The latest Firefox 5 is compatible across different platforms: Windows, Mac and Linux. You can download it and test its performance. A heads up for excited users, plugins are still not compatible with Firefox 5.
You can hit the comments and share your experience with the latest foxy browser.
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