Download Firefox 12 Final

By | April 25, 2012

Download Firefox 12 FinalIf you have not yet received an update notification, then here is your chance to download the final version of Firefox 12.

While the following build does not bring any significant improvements, it’s update after all and who doesn’t like to run the latest and greatest build?

So what will you see in this release? Mostly improvements for the web developers and a couple of known issues.

Firefox 12 Final Changelog

– Windows: Firefox is now easier to update with one less prompt (User Account Control)
– Page Source now has line numbers
– Line breaks are now supported in the title attribute
– Improvements to “Find in Page” to center search result
– URLs pasted into the download manager window are now automatically downloaded
– The column-fill CSS property has been implemented
– Support for the text-align-last CSS property has been added
– Experimental support for ECMAScript 6 Map and Set objects has been implemented
– Fixed where WebGL performance may be degraded on some OS X hardware

Oh well, grab it while we wait for Firefox 13.

Firefox 12 Final

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Vygantas is a former web designer whose projects are used by companies such as AMD, NVIDIA and departed Westood Studios. Being passionate about software, Vygantas began his journalism career back in 2007 when he founded Having said that, he is also an adrenaline junkie who enjoys good books, fitness activities and Forex trading.

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  1. Shane Bundy says:

    “…then here is your_change_to download…”

    I’m nitpicking again but I had to notice. :-)

  2. Yoyo says:

    This is just sad FF want to be like chrome, every new version for every small change.

    • Marcos Caceres says:

      That’s a ridiculous thing to say. What the hell does a version number have to do with anything? The quicker we get features the better for everyone. Go use IE if you like waiting 1-2 years for new features. 

      • Shane Bundy says:

        I like the Firefox/Chrome approach of releasing a new version every 6 weeks but surely there’s a better way than to use version numbers, right? The numbers don’t mean anything anymore.

      • Guestyguest says:

         The only problem is every new version number breaks some addons.