Mozilla.org releases Firefox 2.0 early

mozilla-firefox.jpgThe final version of Mozilla Firefox 2.0 was slated for release on Tuesday, but appears to already be available for download via the company’s servers (releases.mozilla.org). Firefox 2.0 Release Candidate 3 (RC3) — which the Mozilla Foundation released last week — did well among those users who downloaded and tested the software, according to the company.

The final version of Firefox 2.0 was expected to be released on Tuesday, October 24th. Firefox 2.0 features built-in anti-phishing controls, built-in RSS and XML feed-viewing capabilities, and a new inline spell checker.

Further Firefox 2.0 features include the ability to create bookmarks with “Live Titles” for websites that offer “microsummaries,” a new Add-ons manager that simplifies management of extensions as well as themes, and support for JavaScript 1.7.

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