In the past, Mozilla used to release new Firefox versions with a huge time delay, but they’ve been in a hurry to move Firefox to a newer build version. It appears that they’re trying to keep with the increasing number of builds for Google Chrome as well as IE. After releasing six Beta versions for Firefox 7, the Final version of Firefox 7 is now available to download from their FTP website. The official announcement will be announced soon Download it now on Windows, Linux and Mac!
Firefox 7.0 aims to improve your browsing experience by addressing one of its main drawbacks, i.e. excessive memory consumption. The most recent and modern Firefox 7.0 dramatically increases the use of memory (RAM) and is believed to use 20-30% less memory than previous versions of the Firefox browser.
Changelog Based on the most recent beta version of Firefox 7:
- Significantly improved memory utilization (up up to 50 percent more efficient) and improved speed
- New rendering backend added to accelerate Canvas operation on Windows systems.
- Changes to passwords and bookmarks are now synced almost immediately with the use of Firefox Sync
- Support for text-overflow added: the ellipsis
- Support to Web Timing. Web Timing specification
- The opt-in feature allows users to transmit information about their performance returned to Mozilla to help improve the future version of Firefox. This is possible through the installation of an extension
- Corrected a variety of stability issues
The final version of Firefox 7 is expected to be released in the next 24 hours. It is available for download right now by clicking on these direct links to download (English) below.
Version 1.0 Update Firefox 7 is now officially available in more than 70 languages. Download the update here.