It was originally meant to have been released in November 2007, so it's a long way behind schedule. Let's be positive, the first beta public preview of Mozilla Firefox 3 has been made available. Yes, you can now start on the Firefox 3 path and leave Firefox 2 behind. However, it's not all good news - most, if not all, your add-ons will not work with the new browser. For instance, our British dictionary didn't work, which means that some of the spell-checking facilities were US-based only.
Start Firefox 3 and it appears that you've accidentally launched Firefox 2. There was talk of a new interface, although that may appear in the final release of the browser. However, there are lots of new improvements. It seems quicker, the rendering engine has been updated and there is a number of small visual improvements to the interface. There is a brand new bookmarks manager, Places, and it seems fairly stable.
Check out Mozilla Firefox 3 for yourself.
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