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  • Firefox 3.6 RC2 and Google Chrome 4.0 Beta ( now available

    Posted on January 16th, 2010 at 00:35 EP 5 comments

    The next generation of Firefox and Google Chrome web browsers are almost ready to be finalized and released to the public.

    Firefox 3.6 Release Candidate 2 can be downloaded here while the latest Google Chrome 4.0 Beta build (version can be downloaded here.

    Update: The Firefox RC web page now mentions Firefox 3.6 RC2 instead of RC1.

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    5 Responses to “Firefox 3.6 RC2 and Google Chrome 4.0 Beta ( now available”

    1. Sam says:

      Just got your book, it’s the best how I have aver had

    2. Jerry says:

      Actually Firefox 3.6 RC 2 is already available.

    3. rc primak says:

      CNet News expects Firefox 3.6 to be released to the public this Spring, possibly around April 2010. Did yo9u folks read Randall Kennedy’s blog at Infoworld.com? He declares that “Firefox is Doomed”. Fun stuff, if you don’t take RCK too seriously. Especially the Comments from the Firefox fanboys.

    4. Maghullyback says:


      I finally made the plunge – why was I so reluctant? – and got Chrome. Been zooming around for the past half an hour with absolutely no problems. The speed! It’s like being back on Ritalin! And it looks cool too.

      Do you have any specific recommendations about the settings etc? All I’ve changed is the data mining thing.

      Thanks for your advice about changing browsers, though it took me 6 months and a recent malware scare to follow it!

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