Mozilla Firefox has released its latest version 22 ! download now from here. A lot of things are new in this version. Included in this release is support 3D gaming, video calls, and file sharing, affording developers enhanced compatibility with less requirement for plugins and other unnecessary third-party installations.
According to Redmond Pie: With these regular release cycles Mozilla has been rolling out for Firefox over the past couple of years in order to keep the browser fresh and competitive, we’ve become accustomed to number releases delivering rather minor alterations. While, to the end user, that would seem to be the case here once again, this new support for 3D gaming and such will certainly benefit the consumer in the long run.
With Google’s Chrome still making good headway in the browser game, Mozilla’s resolve has certainly been tested to the limits, but the company has kept fighting and continues to push updates on what is still to be considered among the best in the business.
There’s no doubting that Firefox 22 is, by and large, a dev-centric release aimed at making things just that little bit easier for the development world. With that said, these changes will be crucial in helping Firefox continue to improve and evolve, and with WebRTC and asm.js support now at the heart of the process, Firefox is very much in the here and now.
Whats New In Firefox 22:
- WebRTC is now enabled by default
- Windows: Firefox now follows display scaling options to render text larger on high-res displays
- Mac OS X: Download progress in Dock application icon
- HTML5 audio/video playback rate can now be changed
- Social services management implemented in Add-ons Manager as mentioned in “Update 53” here
- asm.js optimizations (OdinMonkey) enabled for major performance improvements
- Improved WebGL rendering performance through asynchronous canvas updates
- Plain text files displayed within Firefox will now word-wrap
- For user security, the |Components| object is no longer accessible from web content
- Pointer Lock API can now be used outside of fullscreen
- CSS3 Flexbox implemented and enabled by default
- New Web Notifications API implemented
- New built-in font inspector
- New HTML5 and
- FIXED: Various security fixes
- FIXED: Scrolling using some high-resolution-scroll aware touchpads feels slow
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