Firefox, if you don't know this browser yet you might be up for an interesting journey into the possibilities of a modern web browsing experience, especially when trying out this major browser alternative, switching from Internet Explorer, for instance.
Here we present Firefox 20, at the time of writing the latest release of this renown Mozilla browser. If you already have a recent version of Firefox, the update should arrive automatically when using this browser, but you might consider reading on to find out what's new.
Besides the security enhancements from Firefox 19, now you also get enhanced private browsing facilities, without the need to close your regular windows. This private browsing means anything will be discarded when closing the respective window, including history, cookies, temporary files, and so on, except for downloads and bookmarks.
Also new is the redesigned download panel in the Firefox 20 toolbar, eliminating the need to switch windows to monitor your downloads.
Furthermore, besides de regular security fixes and enhancements to make everything work even smoother, you get the new features from earlier versions, such as the built-in HTML5-based PDF viewer and the click-to-play security one minimizing risks concerning outdated or insecure third-party plug-ins. And there's also the social integration API which actually makes it possible to have Facebook right inside Firefox.
And for the web developers this version of Firefox includes yet partial support for WebRTC‘s getUserMedia API and additional HTNL5 features.
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|On Site Since||14/March/2011|
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|Compatible||Windows XP, Windows Millennium, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Home Server, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008, Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003|
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