Today, March 22nd of 2011, marked the release of the newest iteration of our most beloved free and open source web browser – Firefox 4.
After waiting how many long months, countless beta versions and a handful of release candidates, the much awaited arrival of the final and stable version of Firefox 4 is now.
Was it worth the wait? Oh hell yeah!
But even before today’s release, I’ve been a long-time beta user. I can confidently say, Firefox 4 is definitely improved compared to its predecessors by how many times. Its new and exciting features? Too many to mention, but everything is listed there at the Firefox website. Experience it for yourself.
Well what are you waiting for? Head on over to the Firefox 4 download page and get it now!
PPA is already available by the way. That fast, huh? Add ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable to Software Center.
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