Well, the FTP link was seen everywhere and almost everybody in the little-ahead – techno-sphere were already playing with the Release Version of Firefox 2.0 from Mozilla even before the official announcement was made.
Some good points —
- I don’t really open more than about 10 tabs at max and thus the individual close button is a boon.
- I love the realtime spell check.
- The seamless integration of Feeds is another kick-ass feature. You can customize it to your choice of application to handle the Feeds. For instance, I’ve defaulted it to Newsgator Online which syncs with NetNewsWire for the Mac and FeedDemon for Windows.
- Visit the official Firefox/Thunderbird site
- Firefox Add-ons
- Mozilla’s own favorite and Recommended Add-ons for Firefox 2.0
Firefox 2.0 Reviews
- Read Moving the Internet Forward from Mitchell Baker
- Interview With Chris Beard, Mozilla VP Products
- Firefox 2.0 Release Notes
- Oinam’s list of Firefox Add-ons (This will be updated regularly to delete deprecated ones and put new recommended ones. This is exclusively for our team and may not be suitable to you in some circumstances.)
- The New Mozilla Recommended Add-ons List: The Winners and the Losers
- [Photo] Microsoft sends a congratulation cake to Mozilla
- Read Chris Messina’s The beginning of Web 2.0, a cold war of the web browser lurking around the corner.
- [Video] Chill out a bit at Firefox Flicks