Mozilla has released Firefox 3.0.11 to servers, adding your run-of-the-mill security and stability fixes and fixing up a bug that had prevented some extensions from working properly. If you prefer the "Check for Updates" route, you'll need to wait a bit for Mozilla to flip the switch on their servers; if you want to grab the update right now, you can find it on various online resources. Hit the full bug list for a closer look at every change. [gHacks]
Firefox 3.0.11 Update Improves Stability, Fixes Extension Errors
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