To boldy go ...
Subject: General Tech | February 13, 2008 - 08:39 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you are sick and tired of the internet and your browser working the way you want them to, why not try FireFox3 Beta3? You do get a sneak peek at the Gecko1.9 rendering engine, and if you run under Windows it will install to a separate directory; leaving your FireFox2 installation alone. Not so the case on Linux or Mac, it will install overtop of your existing FireFox. Read what else you can expect over at The Inquirer.
"THE GREAT LIZARD Mozilla has released Firefox 3 Beta 3 for those brave souls who live on the edge and want to test it
and see it break their add-ons.
The first sentence of the Release Notes says, "Firefox 3 Beta 3 is a developer preview release of Mozilla's next
generation Firefox browser and is being made available for testing purposes only."
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