Mozilla Firefox 19 officially launches today

/ 5 years ago


Today will see the long awaited Firefox 19 being released to the general public, though a couple of sources did leak versions of the browser yesterday through the official FTP.

With the update, you will find native PDF support, which has been something that the browser has lacked for quite some time. This support will allow users to read PDF documents without the need for plug-ins or extensions.

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Also included with the update are a number of bug fixes, new features on the Android platform including ARM 6 support and quicker response due to the browser being configured for lower specification mobile devices.

If you can’t wait until the official unveiling, you can find the download on various platforms on the official FTP.

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One Response to “Mozilla Firefox 19 officially launches today”
  1. Wayne says:

    Now here’s a browser I never really came to terms with. I may give it another try when they release Firefox 47 but only if Agent 47 gives it his blessing.

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