Mozilla Firefox 36.0 is now available for download

Mozilla Firefox logoWe’re happy to report that the final release of the anticipated Mozilla Firefox 36.0 web browser is now available for download for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows, ahead of the official announcement on Tuesday, February 24, 2015.

Yes, there is no official announcement from Mozilla on the official Firefox website at the moment of writing this article, but you can download the final version right now (see download links for your favorite operating system at the end of the article) from the official Mozilla FTP servers.

Mozilla Firefox 36.0 is now available for download

Prominent features of Mozilla Firefox 36.0 include support the recently finished HTTP/2 network protocol for a faster web experience on supported websites, as well as support for syncing the pinned tiles from the NewTab page on all of your devices where you are logged in with the same account.

Without further ado, you can download Mozilla Firefox 36.0 for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X operating systems right now via Softpedia. This version is distributed as binary packages for 32- and 64-bit GNU/Linux distributions, as well as a source package. Check back later for an in-depth article about the features included in Mozilla Firefox 36.0.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: browsers, Firefox, Mozilla

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Felipe#10 0
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