1. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar

    Mozilla has Tuesday released Firefox 22 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. The update brings not only some fixes, but also new features and improvements for the browser’s user experience.

    New in the popular browser includes features like WebRTC now enabled by default, Windows users will find a better text-reading experience on high resolution displays, Mac users will find a download progress bar in the dock application icon, HTML 5 media playback rate can be changed, and JavaScript now loads much faster than ever before.

    OpenGL rendering performance has been improved in Firefox 22 and plain text files will now word wrap to the width of the browser rather than forcing the user to scroll horizontally. The update also adds more support for developers and adds many security and stability enhancements to protect user privacy and keep the user experience at an enjoyable level.

    Firefox 22 can be downloaded automatically by visiting the About menu in the Web browser. Alternatively, users can download the latest version of the Web browser from the download links below:

    Sources: Mozilla
    2013-06-26 07:05 AM
  2. emeritus's Avatar
    Not compatible with Norton Vulnerability Protection
    2013-06-26 10:12 AM
  3. steve-z17's Avatar
    There's a new version out every week...
    2013-06-26 04:51 PM
  4. ifu1727's Avatar
    I am Waiting for v23...
    2013-06-26 09:07 PM
  5. Simon's Avatar
    I am Waiting for v23...
    The Michael Jordan release. Good call.
    2013-06-26 09:09 PM
  6. Pir8pete's Avatar
    there's a new version out every week...
    stop complaining!
    2013-06-27 01:41 AM
  7. steve-z17's Avatar
    stop complaining!
    How was that complaining…? I was stating the obvious. Think before posting/tell someone what to do…
    2013-06-27 02:36 AM