The all-new Firefox 3 was promised for late 2007, but we're now able to download to the latest preview version of the browser, preview 8. Yes, preview 8. Firefox 3 is still in alpha and not even reached beta stage, never mind a 'release candidate'.
The latest preview 8 ships with a host of new features. For instance, the browser now contains malware protection, so you can more assured that the files you're downloading from the web are legitimate and will not infiltrate your system. The new Places idea has had a basic implementation, although the user-interface isn't the final design you'll see in the release of Firefox 3. On top of the new features, there are a host of fixes and bugs squashed since the previous preview.
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