We've been blogging about Firefox 3 since Summer 2007, where we first stated that it was due to be released during October/November 2007. More than half a year later, we've finally reached release candidate 1 stage, meaning the final release is probably due in June or July at the latest. Expect at least one or two further release candidates before the final build.
Although it is generally code complete, there are a few minor visual changes between beta 5 and RC1. Strangely though, not every beta 5 compatible add-on will work with Firefox 3 RC1, meaning that they must have made some changes under the hood.
Firefox 3 RC1 is a very stable browser and has been my browser of choice for months. Combined Firefox 3 with the Mozilla Weave add-on and you can sync your bookmarks and other info across your browsers, wherever they are installed.
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