A couple of Firefox News that are definitely worth watching

Firefox 14 will come with its own PDF viewer

According to the blog ghacks, the latest nightly version of Firefox (14) includes a built-in PDF reader (something that was missed since Google Chrome has its). It is based on pdf.js, a library for rendering pdf documents using Javascript and HTML5. In order to prove it, they can or download the Nightly version o installing the extension, or try it on this demo

Firefox 3.6 will end its support on April 24

The Mozilla Foundation ad that Firefox 3.6.28 will be the last update that the 3.6 series will have (the last one before adopting the rapid development cycle after the launch of Firefox 4), therefore those who still use Firefox 3.6 are asked to move to recent versions .

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  1.   pandev92 said

    They finally retire 3.6, I don't know how my institute still uses it…, it makes me very slow on many pages.

  2.   Hairosv said

    Let's see… Let's see….

    A PDF reader itself, that sounds to me like that time they sued Microsoft for including a lot of software in their OS.

    This will not be problematic for the people of Firefox, and most importantly, will this not mean more consumption of unnecessary memory ?, because I imagine that the reader will come loaded through Addons….

    correct me if I'm wrong

  3.   guille said

    I know they will find it funny and even incredible but I know people who still use version 3.6 of firefox

    1.    Wolf said

      It can, but more serious is that there are still people who use the old Internet Explorer. I suppose that those who are involved in computer science like to update their favorite programs, but others do not care a bit, haha.

  4.   Simon said

    I have tried the addon in Firefox 11 and it is painful.
    No point of comparison with Chromium's built-in PDF reader.