Download Firefox 10 Alpha 2

By | November 15, 2011

Download Firefox 10 Alpha 2It looks like it’s been a busy week for Mozilla as it has just released the Alpha 2 version of Firefox 10.

Although it’s yet to include some of the anticipated features, such as: redesigned user interface and automatic bookmark import from Google Chrome web browser, Firefox 10 has implemented Anti-Aliasing for WebGL and few other goodies.

Firefox 10 Alpha 2 Changelog

  • Windows only – the forward button is now hidden until you navigate back
  • Anti-Aliasing for WebGL is now implemented
  • Inspect tool with content highlighting, includes new CSS Style Inspector
  • Full Screen APIs allow you to build a web application that runs full screen
  • View source syntax highlighting now uses the HTML5 parser
  • CSS3 3D-Transforms are now supported
  • We’ve added IdexedDB APIs to more closely match the specification

Download Firefox 10 Alpha 2.

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  1. Guesty Guest says:

    You have to remember that each Firefox release fixes an average of 1200
    bugs. Many of those bugs are part of the memshrink project and other
    similar projects and they provide more of a performance boost than the
    handful of bugs that are listed as major features. Just because these other bugs are
    not massively publicised, and don’t result in a clearly visiible, user facing feature people don’t think anything has changed
    release to release.

    Major MemShrink bugs are set to land in Firefox 10 and 11 and basically won’t be noticed other than, “It seems faster.”

    But the fact is, that getting faster and more responsive from release to release is what matters most to end users and so if Firefox is consistently getting better from release to release, then that can’t be a bad thing.

    I’ve been on the beat channel since early September and Firefox 9 is a noticeable improvement over Firefox 8 and a big improvement over Firefox 7.

    I am however using 2 very small add-ons and that’s it. If I was one of these people using 20 different add-ons my feedback may not be so good.

    • Asknobody says:

      Don’t know about bugs, but many my friends jumped Chrome because FF became MORE crashy, unstable ir slow with various popular websites. So maybe Mozilla should focused FIRST to fix those MAJOR Memshrink bugs and only later tinker UI and etc.? Because now Mozilla knows those bugs but don’t do nothng at all till v10 or v11? Thants irresponsible and is not oriented to users satisfaction at all. Especially when those bugs existed from v4

      • Mikah says:

        A lot of programmers working on Firefox , should the guys who are good at the UI design stop working ? 

  2. Asknobody says:

    So some HTML5 stuff, some WebGL stuff, some Web Apps stuff, and some stuff about UI. When I looked through FF v9, v10, v11, v12 new features, it is only about those areas. So FF priority from now on is HTML5, WebGL, Web App or remove all UI elements?

  3. Guesty Guest says:

    Look through the release notes of Firefox 8. Not the “features”, but the entire buglist.

    That will tell you what is being worked on –

    The “features” list is like the pop charts. The good stuff never makes it there because it doesn’t sell. There’s much better stuff going on behind the scenes.