One more step has been made by Mozilla towards the long-awaited version 2.0 of the popular Firefox browser. The version 2.0 Beta Candidate has been released on Mozilla FTP site.
If you are always concerned about having the latest version of the software installed on your computer, we have great news for you. Mozilla has released, though unofficially, the Beta 2.0 Candidate Version for its popular Firefox browser.
The new 2.0 beta, has some neat features like a spell-checker, an anti-phishing tool and an Opera style option for restoring sessions after browser crashes. The spell-checker will prove to be a very useful tool for those bloggers out there and will certainly make writing on Internet much more easier as it spell-checks any desired text input filed.
Although it doesn’t feel so stable yet, the long-awaited 2.0 version will certainly be a powerful competitor for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 7. Please keep in mind that the current Beta 2.0 Version is just a “release candidate” so the official final version of the Beta 2.0 is still awaited.
The new Beta 2.0 comes in different flavors for Windows, Mac and Linux, but if you decide to install it, it will overwrite your existing themes and will not be compatible with your existing extensions.
Until you decide to install it, here are some screenshots:
UPDATE:Here is the latest version of Firefox.