Mozilla has pushed out an update to Firefox 18 less than a fortnight since its release.
The update is designed to address a number of security and stability issues that have surfaced with the open-source browser.
Released over the weekend, Firefox 18.0.1 includes fixes for problems users have been experiencing in Firefox 18, including issues with HTTP Proxy Transactions, insecure content loading on HTTPS pages, and problems with the in-browser Unity Web Player.
"We have received reports of some compatibility and stability issues in the latest release of Firefox that we have since resolved," a Mozilla spokesperson said in a statement.
"A fix will be issued this week and users will be automatically updated to the latest version of Firefox as soon as it's available," a Mozilla spokesperson said in a statement."
It also includes support for Apple Macs with high-definition Retina screens and preliminary support for WebRTC, a project to enable in-browser voice call and video chat capabilities.
Last week, Mozilla revealed more of its plans for its Firefox browser for both the Metro and desktop environments of Windows 8 to V3, as well as support for older Windows versions.
It also said it expects the browser to be delivered as a single executable that will also run on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.
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