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You've probably heard a lot about Firefox 4's new interface, speed and feature improvements, but many of you have already left it for Chrome. Here's why Firefox's newest version is worth another look, even if you're a diehard Chrome user.

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It has been quite a month for browsers, with Internet Explorer and Firefox both dropping big new versions, and Chrome and Opera continuing their regular improvements. We tested all these browsers' startup and tab-loading times, JavaScript powers, and memory use for your fast-minded enjoyment. Update: With 32-versus-64-bit IE 9 results.

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Windows/Mac/Linux: The latest version of Firefox drops today, and it's got a lot going for it, including a more minimalistic interface, synchronisation and a serious speed increase. Here's what you have to look forward to in Firefox 4.

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Mozilla's creative lead Aza Raskin announced today that Tab Candy, the excellent tab management idea, will officially ship with Firefox 4. It's also been renamed to Firefox Panorama. Worth noting is that Firefox Sync (which handles bookmarks, history, Awesome Bar, passwords, form-fill data and open tabs) is also shipping in Firefox 4.