Mozilla Firefox 37.0 is now available for Download

Mozilla Firefox logoWe’re happy to announce that the final builds of the popular Mozilla Firefox 37.0 web browser were published on Mozilla’s download servers for all supported computer operating systems, including GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows.

While the official announcement will come later today, March 31, users can download the Firefox 37.0 web browser right now (see download links at the end of the article) from the official Mozilla FTP servers.

Prominent features of Mozilla Firefox 37.0 include an all-new user rating system that lets users easily send feedback to Mozilla about Firefox, HTTPS (Secure HTTP) is now used for the Bing search engine providing secure searches, and support for CSS display:contents.

Mozilla Firefox 37.0 is now available for Download

Moreover, the new release introduces improved protection against site impersonation, disables insecure Transport Layer Security (TLS) versions for website security, brings better support for HTTP/2, extends SSL error reporting, and supports e-mail name constraints in certificates.

Lastly, a new Security Panel has been included in the Network Panel, and implements support for HTML5 video playback on YouTube, but only up to 720p is supported at the moment. Download Mozilla Firefox 37.0 for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows operating systems right now via Softpedia. Yes, we are aware of the fact that there’s no news on the project’s website at the moment of writing this article, but the downloads are real.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: browsers, Firefox, Mozilla

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