Firefox 7.0 final version has appeared in Mozilla FTP server repository. Many of us know Firefox as memory hogger, however, things are about to be changed since the arrival of Firefox 7.0. Lately, Firefox developers have been rushing to provide new versions every week with higher build version. It seems that they are trying to catch up with Google chrome and Internet explorer with the number game.
Firefox notoriously know for high memory consumption should improve the performance of the web browser starting from version 7.0. If developers claim to be believed, then Firefox 7.0 will drastically improve your web browsing experience by minimizing the memory usage by 20-30%. Mozilla Firefox developers are yet to officially announce the release of build 7.0.
Firefox 7.0 change log (beta changelog. We’ll update it as soon as it is announced officially)
- Drastically improved memory use
- Added a new rendering backend to speed up Canvas operations on Windows systems
- Bookmark and password changes now sync almost instantly when using Firefox Sync
- Added support for text-overflow: ellipsis
- Added support for the Web Timing specification
- Added an opt-in system for users to send performance data back to Mozilla to improve future versions of Firefox. This can be enabled by installing an add-on
- Fixed several stability issues
If you’re eager to try out the final version of Firefox 7.0 right away, then you should head over to their FTP account and download the appropriate version. Firefox has started loosing significant share in web browser to Google chrome, which has forced them to fire up the development of their browser.
We will provide more details as soon as Firefox 7.0 is officially announce, which is due in 24 hours.
Download Firefox 7.0
Here is a download link of Firefox 7.0 for different OS