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Mozilla hasn’t officially released a stable version of Firefox 4 yet, but some folks have spotted it on Mozilla’s Fastbull (FTP) servers.
You can immediately download Mozilla Firefox 4 for Windows, Mac and Linux (32/64 bit) here. That, for those who don’t wish to wait until Mozilla releases an Personal Package Archive (PPA).
So apparently, Mozilla Firefox 4 is almost here. The new version of open source browser packs some exciting new features, including tabs on top, new consolidated menu button, and App tabs.
You now switch between tabs just by typing a tab’s name or link into the Address (URL) bar, thus preventing duplicate tabs.
Similar to Windows 7, Firefox 4 allows you to pin the most frequent websites you visit, in App Tabs. So, when you exit your browser, and start it later on, these tabs are automatically loaded for you.
Other features include syncing even your settings and passwords, alongside bookmarks, history, open tabs and others across multiple devices (incl. mobile); organizing tabs into groups, and a new tab for managing your add-ons.
Firefox users have high hopes from Firefox 4 final version as it has spent considerable time under development. So if you can’t wait till the official announcement, download Firefox 4 from the links given below.
FTP links for Firefox 4
Download Firefox 4 for Windows
Download Firefox 4 for Mac OS X
Download Firefox 4 for Linux (x86, x64)
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