Friday, April 27th 2012

Firefox 13 Beta Available for Download

Not wasting much time following the Firefox 12 launch, Mozilla has now made available the public beta version of its next browser release. The Firefox 13 beta features an updated default home page (providing quicker access to bookmarks, history and settings), a tweaked new tab experience (users are presented with their most visited pages), smooth scrolling, the SPDY protocol which is enabled from the get-go, experimental support for ECMAScript 6 Map and Set objects, and a few more dev-oriented goodies.

Firefox 13 Beta is available here for Windows, Max OS X and Linux.
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16 Comments on Firefox 13 Beta Available for Download

#1
Drone
They also have 14 public alpha.
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#3
HTC
by: Drone
They also have 14 public alpha.
And 15 nightly.
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#4
mysticjon
i guess for mozilla, a few line of codes=a new build??? firefox is so lame nowadays
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#5
Easo
I want my x64 final. You dissapoint me, Mozilla.
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#6
Eroticus
LOL ! Every week new version !! PF !!!!
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#7
lZKoce
I like these guys. They don't waste their time. I've always liked Firefox more than Google Chrome. It's open-source, it's plug-ins are working great, people keep working on it. I'd rather see new version every month, than see none.
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#8
babash*t
Really! 13beta?hadn't even updated to 12....
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#9
Andy77
People take versioning way too serious...
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#10
Teiji
by: Andy77
People take versioning way too serious...
^ This

I'm looking forward to version 13 final for the new homepage and new tab page that I've been reading about.
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#11
Isenstaedt
by: Cristian_25H
The Firefox 13 beta features an updated default home page (providing quicker access to bookmarks, history and settings), a tweaked new tab experience (users are presented with their most visited pages), smooth scrolling
Very nice.
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#12
micropage7
by: Isenstaedt
The Firefox 13 beta features an updated default home page (providing quicker access to bookmarks, history and settings), a tweaked new tab experience (users are presented with their most visited pages), smooth scrolling
dont you learn about using Ctrl +B for bookmark, Ctrl +H for history and smooth scrolling is old feature that every single browser has :mad:
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#13
KainXS
wasn't there a new one like 4 days ago, . . . . . . god dammit mozilla, your making me hate you more than i hated netscape.

useless updates, they need to fix the crashing plugin container or something.
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#14
Roph
by: KainXS
wasn't there a new one like 4 days ago, . . . . . . god dammit mozilla, your making me hate you more than i hated netscape.

useless updates, they need to fix the crashing plugin container or something.
By definition, this is a 3rd party plugin causing the issues. You might as well go into your plugin settings and disable everything except flash. You'll probably find that various plugins have installed themselves over time. Microsoft likes to secretly install Mozilla plugins. So do java updates.
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#15
Moose
by: micropage7
dont you learn about using Ctrl +B for bookmark, Ctrl +H for history and smooth scrolling is old feature that every single browser has :mad:
Because we all want our webpage to the shoved to the right.
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#16
Bo$$
by: Andy77
People take versioning way too serious...
I agree. people just want something to make into a major flaw...
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