It 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.
Even though the Final build of Firefox 8 web browser was released just little than a week ago, Mozilla has already began working on future versions and has now released the Firefox 9 Beta.
So what’s new?
Less than a week after releasing the first Opera 11.60 Build, Norwegian browser maker has finished things up and already released the very first Beta.
As we mentioned earlier, Opera 11.60 includes all the Opera 12 Alpha features minus the hardware acceleration.
The latest Google Chrome beta supports multiple sign ins, allowing users to have their own apps, bookmarks, and settings in the browser. This is great for people who do not want to create multiple OS profiles, or for people with separate accounts for business and personal use.
Once you’ve installed the Chrome beta, you can set up multiple profiles in the options menu, under Personal Suff, by clicking “Add New User.” This automatically generates a nickname and an avatar for the user, both of which can be modified. Users can also sign into their Google accounts from the options menu to fetch Chrome settings from the cloud.
Today, Mozilla has released the Final version of Firefox 8 web browser for you to download.
Continuing its speedy release cycle, Firefox 8 includes a variety of changes and new web standards support. In addition to that, it now disables add-ons that are installed by a third party programs.
Here is a complete changelog:
As you might know, the Anonymous group has declared a war on pedophiles and their “favorite” web sites. After releasing 190 IPs of alleged pedophiles, they also revealed how such data was collected.