Firefox 1.5 RC3



News is coming out that Mozilla Firefox 1.5 RC3 is now available. There’s coverage at mozillazine.org. From the comments there may be a few bugs to work out still, although I’ve just skimmed. I’m not sure if those comments are from people that have tried RC3, or are asking if a bug has been fixed since RC2.


Either way, if you’re using automatic updates (if you’ve tried out one of the earlier Release Candidates) you should be able to automatically upgrade to it next time the browser checks. I really like the automatic update feature for individual applications like that. And as always, this RC could be renamed final if they think they’ve got MOST of the biggest bugs dealt with.

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