Generally speaking, when software reaches 'release candidate' stage it's feature-complete and, bar any show stopping bugs and small fixes, it's close to final release. Many of us are keen Firefox 1.5x users and are keen to get hold of the release version of the forthcoming 2.0.
Mozilla have released Firefox 2.0 as a public release candidate and is now available to download. Although it's still not recommended you use this version as your primary web browser, it's at a stage where it's good enough for general public consumption. Download it and let us know what you think of the new release.
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