There won't be too much waiting for the next large update to the increasingly-popular Firefox. Commitments to being "feature complete" by the end of March are being made, with a 2.0 release around the middle of this year. The primary goal of Mozilla's Firefox team is to enhance stability and 'experience enhancement', which might entail GUI improvement or improvements in responsiveness, with "added features" taking slightly less precedence, though only the devs can say for sure. Plans for improvement include updates to tabbed browsing, improved RSS and Atom handling, improving bookmarks and history as "renavigation aids", inline spellchecking (wonderful for forum-goers) and more. Read the blog for the full details. Things are looking bright for the future of Firefox.
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