If you're a big fan of Mozilla Firefox (and there are many of you around), you'll be pleased to note that beta 2 of the forthcoming 2.0 release has been made available for public download.
Amongst the new beta 2 features, you'll find an improved user interface which, at first glance, is rather similar to the old beta 1 interface. However, look deeper and you'll find that there is now a graphic included on each tabbed window, to close the tab. The icons have been improved, too. Many of the beta 1 features are still present within beta 2, including anti-phishing support to prevent you from accidentally giving out your username and password on sites that spoof as an eBay or your online bank.
If you like to live on the edge and want the very latest version of Firefox 2.0 (which is still planned for an October launch), head to the download page. However, we advise that you run 2.0 beta 2 alongside your existing Firefox 1.5, as beta 2 is still not ready for using on a daily basis - you'll find that your favourite theme might not work the beta, for example.
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