Only on early February we reported that the beta version of Firefox 11 is available out there. Less that a month and a half later, now Mozilla pushed the latest version of it’s web browser Firefox 11 worldwide. I am pretty sure that lots of people will update their Firefox as soon as they can.
Interestingly, there is nothing special about this new release except some minor bug fixes. However, the most interesting and notable update I think is it’s capability to migrate all the bookmarks, browsing history and cookies from Google Chrome. You will also be able to sync your add-ons across all of your computers but in order to enjoy that feature you must create an account with Mozilla first which is really a boring thing to do.
From a developers point of view, CSS editor could be little more interesting than Firefox’s regular user. On the latest version, you will find the HTML 5 video control buttons are to be working pretty fine which is just an another bug fix.
On Firefox, 3D Page inspector is another great addition for Web developers which gives an insight view of any web page. Unfortunately, once again this features has nothing to do with the regular user. However it’s always good to get something for free than nothing and I am pretty sure some regular user will also enjoy this part. I added a little video clip which demonstrate the page inspector for better understanding. If you didn’t try out the latest version of Firefox, here are the links to download them.
Like always, the latest version of Firefox is available for all the major operating systems. Whether you are running Microsoft Windows, Mac or Linux, Firefox get you covered. It’s an Open Source and absolutely free web browser trusted by millions, so feel free to give it a shot.