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.
Here we present Firefox 25, at the time of writing the latest official 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.
Firefox 25 now also features closing all tabs to the right and all other tabs, as well as undoing the close tab option, which many found a useful features available in the Google Chrome browser yet for some time.
Furthermore, the social API integration, enabling you to have Facebook chat conversations for instance, now also features detaching your chat window by simply dragging and dropping it, which will result in a resizable window, a feature that might come in handy in various situations.
Besides security enhancements, smaller items are changed, accessibility related improvements are implemented, as well as performance and developer items.
From the earlier versions you get enhanced private browsing facilities, without the need to close your regular windows, a redesigned download panel, a built-in HTML5-based PDF viewer and the click-to-play security one minimizing risks concerning outdated or insecure third-party plug-ins, items for web developers such as WebRTC being enabled by default, among others you can find out more about proceeding to the download.
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|On Site Since||14/March/2011|
|Download||Using our download manager (DownloadMR®)|
|Compatible||Windows XP, Windows Millennium, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Home Server, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008, Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003|