It’s more than a month since Firefox 9 was released hence finally, Mozilla decides to release Firefox 10. Firefox 10 is just an update over Firefox 9 with some bug-fixes and small tweeks. Some of the officially listed features of Firefox 10 are:
- The forward button is now hidden until you navigate back
- Most add-ons are now compatible with new versions of Firefox by default
- Anti-Aliasing for WebGL is now implemented
- CSS3 3D-Transforms are now supported
You can download Mozilla Firefox 10 for PC from Here.
On the first run, we have noted some quick points of Firefox 10. On Windows XP, it took around 3.5 seconds to load while on Windows Vista/7, it took around 2-3 seconds (without add-ons/bookmarks in both the cases). There doesn’t seem to be any major improvement in the page loading speed from Firefox 9. Once any website is loaded, your navigation in that website becomes quicker since it is helped by caching.
Firefox 10 can be useful for the web developers since many developer features are improved and added but for the general use, there are not many changes from Firefox 9.