Ubuntuzilla is an APT repository hosting the Mozilla builds of the latest official releases of Firefox, Thunderbird, and Seamonkey. This repository should also work on Linux distributions that are derivatives of Ubuntu, and probably also on any Debian derivative.
Whenever a new Firefox version is released, almost always a handful of extension goes down because most extension developers aren’t able to keep up with Firefox’s update schedule. An old, tried and tested workaround to this problem is to force Firefox to accept all extensions by disabling the compatibly check it performs before each install. […]
For most users, Firefox doesn’t use an abnormally large amount of memory. For others, however, Firefox’s memory consumption is a major problem (Especilaly for people using old computers with limited memory resources), in same cases memory usage in Firefox is due some to other sources, like number of plug-ins, themes and extensions. Keeping firefox updated […]
Firefox 3.6 release condidate is available for download, this beta release has been under development for several months and contains many improvements for web developers, Add-on developers and users. This version is also faster and more responsive than previous versions. More than 100 bug fixed from the last beta to improve performance, stability, security and […]
Microsoft has acknowledged that they slipped the .NET Framework Assistant plugin into Firefox via Windows Update this past February, and that it has poked a “critical” hole in the browser’s security (effectively bringing Firefox down to IE’s level). Microsoft has deemed the hole to be a “critical” security threat, as it gives webmasters the ability […]