If you're a Mozilla Firefox fan, we hope that you've downloaded the first preview of Firefox 3? No? Well, you're not missing too much at this stage. Visually it's very similar, a little faster in certain areas, but most of your favourite themes, add-ons and extensions will not be compatible with this early release of Firefox 3. You can't even install additional dictionaries and it crashes for us, on a small number of sites which we know work well with Firefox 2. Whilst we all wait for the final release, another update of Firefox 2 has been made available.
Mozilla Firefox 126.96.36.199 is now available for download and contains a number of small security fixes and, well, that's about it. Of course, if you use Firefox 2, it should auto-update. If you're yet to move across or do not want to auto-update, you can download manually.
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