Firefox 3.1 "three times faster" than predecessor
By Stuart Turton
Posted on 26 Aug 2008 at 10:04
Firefox 3.1 could run web apps almost three times faster than previous version, according to the Mozilla Foundation.
One of these is a significant improvement to online image editing, with company demonstrations showing contrast and brightness adjustments working seven times faster than with Firefox 3.
Trace Monkey is expected to appear in the first beta of Firefox 3.1, with the final version expected by the end of the year.
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