The beta download has been kicking around the block since last October, but now's your chance to grab the official release which has the usual "better stability" and "faster performance" cries that every browser makes.
It's 20 per cent faster than the very-buggy 3.5 update, and comes with a novelty Personas theme tool which we'll inevitably play with once and then get bored of. A new plug-in updater will inform the user when something needs to be updated, and speaking of plug-ins, you'll no longer need to install one to watch streaming video—thanks to the improved support for HTML5, which YouTube and Vimeo are both embracing. Unfortunately, Mozilla is using the Ogg Theora codec instead of the H.264 encoding—which Chrome supports.
Dig it now, for Windows, Mac and Linux. [Firefox 3.6]
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