23 Mar '11, 1am

Mozilla has released Firefox 4, a new, sleeker version of its web browser billed as being six times faster

Mozilla has released Firefox 4, a new, sleeker version of its web browser billed as being six times faster

Mozilla has released a Firefox 4, a faster, sleeker version of its Firefox web browser. -- PHOTO: FIREFOX SAN FRANCISCO - A FAST, sleek new version of Firefox was released on Wednesday to vie Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) and Google Chrome in the fiercely competitive market for Web browsing software. Nonprofit group Mozilla made Firefox 4 available as a free download to computers powered by Windows, Mac OS X or Linux operating systems in more than 80 languages. Firefox 4 was billed as six times faster than its predecessor and boasted features including a 'Do Not Track' signal to opt-out of having online activities recorded by websites for targeted online ads or services. The open-source Web browsing software was also designed as a stage for rich video or game graphics based on the HTML5 standard being touted as a boon for online visual experiences. 'Firefox puts us...

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