Mozilla Releases Firefox 10.0

The folks at Mozilla have released a new major version, 10.0, of their Firefox browser for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux.   The new version includes a few new features, including:

  • Improvements to extensions compatibility check
  • Anti-aliasing for WebGL
  • CSS3 3-D transforms implemented
  • User interface tweaks

More detailed information is available in the Release Notes.

You can obtain the new version via the built-in update mechanism (Help / About Firefox / Check for Updates), or you can download a complete installation package, in a variety of (human) languages.

Update Wednesday, 1 February, 10:55 EST

The new version also fixes eight security vulnerabilities, five of which Mozilla rates as Critical.  The details are here.

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