Posts Tagged ‘firefox 7’

Fix For Hidden Add-Ons After Updating To Firefox 7

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Here’s an add-on that fixes the problems that Firefox 7 has with your other add-ons …

If you have updated your version of Firefox to version 7 you may have experienced a bug that some users experience. According to Mozilla, some users who have updated to the latest version of Firefox have noticed that all their add-ons have disappeared from the web browser.


Mozilla Firefox 7 Released

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

Get ready Firefox users … here comes another automatic update.

With the rapid release cycle and all, we are seeing more releases of the Firefox browser than before. Mozilla just pushed Firefox 7 to the official ftp server to prepare for today’s release of the browser. Firefox 7 is actually the first version of the rapid release cycle that is showing big improvements over previous versions.


Firefox 7 May Ship with New Graphics Component Azure

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

This might (eventually) improve Firefox’s graphics handling capabilities …

The Firefox rapid release cycle is up and in full swing. The very nature of it resulted in two Firefox versions with barely any new and exciting features. Both Firefox 5 and Firefox 6, which has been released recently, suffered from lack of time to implement features in the browser. This is now going to change with the upcoming release of the Firefox 7 web browser. One of the new features that is likely to ship with the browser is the new graphics component Azure. Likely means that the developers may still block the component from being included in the next iteration of the web browser if critical bugs are discovered during the beta testing phase.


Mozilla Firefox Gets Major Memory Improvements

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

This is definitely a helpful and long overdue fix …

Memory usage has always been the Achilles’ heel of the Firefox browser for part of the user base. Mozilla acknowledges that and is currently working on optimizing the browser’s memory usage significantly.