Firefox 11 goes live this week. Will the new edition of the popular browser help revive Mozilla's fortunes?
In late January, Mozilla released Firefox 10, the latest edition of its popular browser. Now, less than two months later – and after a brief security scare – the company is trotting out Firefox 11. The new browser is not particularly laden with bells and whistles, although there are a couple of notable functionalities, including the option to sync add-ons across various computers, as well as a suite of development tools, such as the new Mozilla "Style Editor."
Writing at PC Mag, Michael Muchmore gives a thumbs up to the development tools and new add-ons, but finds the performance on Firefox 11 to be lacking.