Mozilla Firefox 32 has been officially released, bringing some major features to the regular user and what is very important for the developers better HTML 5 support. There are many new things introduced in this stable release such as a new HTTP cache that provides improved performance and includes a crash recovery, integration of generational garbage collection and a public key pinning support is now enabled.
Now you can connect to HTTP proxy over HTTPS, display the number of found items in the find toolbar and even view historical use information for logins stored in password manager.
Are there any performance improvements done in this release? According to the official changelog Password Manager and Add-on Manager have received significant performance improvements.
There are also two fixes done in this version of Mozilla Firefox: Mac OS X: cmd-L does not open a new window when no window is available and Text Rendering Issues on Windows 7 with Platform Update KB2670838 (MSIE 10 Prerequisite) or on Windows 8.1 have now been fixed.