Firefox 10.0 ßeta 1 Available

Via Mozilla we get the news that the version is already available 10.0 ßeta 1 de Mozilla Firefox which includes (among others) the following news.

  • The Forward button is hidden, until the Back button is used again.
  • Anti-Aliasing support for WebGL.
  • Full Screen APIs allow you to run a Web application in full screen.
  • Support for CSS3 3D-Transforms.
  • HTML5 element and CSS property.
  • Added CSS Style Inspector.
  • IndexedDB APIs.
  • Fixed different stability issues.

More information and downloads at Mozilla Forum.

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  1.   ahdezzz said

    WTF? if just yesterday install firefox 9> :(

  2.   proper said

    I until a couple of days ago had version 4.0 xDDDD

  3.   jony127 said

    At this rate we will have firefox 20 in no time, how stupid. In so many years of existence of firefox it was walking by firefox 3 or 4 and in little than a year approx. already by the 9.

    Measures for me absurd to try not to lose ground with the competition, to see why the browser version should matter so much to its users. Apart from that with this they do nothing but screw the creators of extensions with so many version changes, that they do their work without charging anything in return (apart from donations) and that help to greatly enhance the browser.

    It will sound a bit ugly to have a firefox 20, I am not surprised that they are raised that the version number of the browser cannot be seen, by the way, something contradictory with what they do now.


    1.    Ares said

      Totally agree, especially in the matter of the creators of extensions, they are the people who have taken Firefox to where it is (because we have to admit it, Firefox without extensions is like a party without people), they are the people who have made it Firefox continues to have the users it has, especially due to the great bad seasons of the browser (because who has not thought of fleeing the horror of Firefox and has been tied up by the extensions that throw the first stone) and to top it all are people who work altruistically without receive nothing in return and are teased that way as if they received 300 million annually just for living on the name. On the contrary, in my opinion they are rather “insulted” because with the change of numbering they were treated as if they were doing them a favor, I saw things like “let's see if they show desire and update their extensions more often, because many spend time and up to a year without updating ¿? ».

      At least there is one project (not an extension) that has stopped keeping up with the Firefox versionitis and I have seen it stopped for a few months and that I honestly would not like it to die.