Firefox 5 First Look

By | February 17, 2011

Even though the Final version of Firefox 4 has not yet been released, Mozilla team is already working on a new UI functionality for the upcoming Firefox 5 (targeted this year) browser.

One of the few new features is tab coloring by favicon (which for some users might be a headache (if can’t be disabled)).

Firefox 5 First Look

Firefox 5 First Look

A new way to update your add-ons.

Firefox 5 First Look

Firefox 5 First Look

Updated password manager to advertise Firefox sync.

Firefox 5 First Look

Updated search field.

Firefox 5 First Look

That’s it for now.

Via: ZDNet
Source: Mozilla

Thanks, geek!

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  1. Some pretty cool ideas. I was going to post this later. :P

  2. RamaSubbu SK says:

    I think, the tab coloring by favicon is inspired from IE9 – which does when you pin the site on task bar.

    Firefox taking those to next step, Good!!
    I like the browser war!!

  3. Ichann says:


    IE much?

    Mozilla you have given up.

    (Oh but Mozilla had this feature in testing for 200 years and finnally decided to release it)

  4. Greg says:

    Its not that really impressive I mean dont get me wrong it looks pretty cool but why do I need this when I can just speed dial them? I honestly think Firefox should be focusing on different things than this.

  5. skvikkel says:

    the tab colors will proly correspond the web’s natural color; twitter(light blue), cnn(red), etc.
    i think it’ll only be for popular sites or those sites thate are recognized

  6. jrronimo says:

    I think this is a fascinating new idea, but I disagree on the ordering: The parent application (Firefox) should *always* be first, on the left. Each application should follow. It seems a more logical ordering, to me.