The official Mozilla Developer Center Blog post on sunday announced an update on Firefox 3.6 Release Candidate - a release candidate of the next feature release of the Firefox web browser, which according to the release notes may update itself periodically and will eventually be identical to the final release.
Mozilla's effort to increase the frequency with which the open-source browser is developed, as contained in the release notes - a process which identified the new software as a 'security and stability update,' which has been under development for several months and contains many improvements for web developers.
This version has been optimized to run on smaller devices, such as handheld computers - 'Internet Tablet OS.' It is also faster and more responsive than previous versions, states the release notes.
It's unique features includes: changes on how third party software integrates with Firefox in order to prevent crashes, native video can now be displayed full screen, and supports poster frames, ability to run scripts asynchronously to speed up page load times.
Also more than 70 fixes have been made from the last beta to improve performance, stability, security and features. With the first release slated for first quarter as Firefox 3.6.5, code-named, Lorentz.
Posted by Unknown | January 19, 2010 | Browser Trends
Mozilla Firefox 3.6 Updates - Release Candidate 2