Firefox 5 leaked Link, Download before its official!

Mozilla announced to release Firefox 5 on 21st June, 3 months after Firefox 4, following the Rapid release cycle inspired by the Google Chrome. This rapid release cycle firefox_iconpromises to bring new features to the browser quickly, and you will get a newer version of the browser sooner than before. This also means that you won’t get a bunch of enhancements with every release and each release may only have a handful of new features. Though Mozilla promised the newer version on 21st June, it can be downloaded via leaked link on Mozilla’s ftp server. Find the link in the post!



The newer version does not seem to have any UI tweaks or any major changes in the browser. Nevertheless it has integrated the support for CSS Animations and improved standards support for HTML5, XHR, MathML, SMIL, and canvas. Mozilla also has enhanced canvas, JavaScript, memory, and networking performance. The new Firefox also has the “Do not Track mode” that will enable you to opt for condition where the browser will not keep the track of website you are visiting. Another less notable but important enhancement includes improved desktop environment integration for Linux users. The Firefox development channel switcher that was introduced in previous Firefox Beta updates to enable the users to switch between the beta and the final version is removed as was found to be less-wanted feature.

Download the Firefox 5 before its official here!