Windows/Mac/Linux: The early adopters at weblog gHacks note that Firefox 3.5 Release Candidate 2 has already been distributed to Mozilla's mirror servers and is available for download from third-party sites like Major Geeks. As gHacks points out, "Cautious users are encouraged to wait for the official announcement before they start downloading, installing and using Firefox 3.5 Release Candidate 2", but if you're eager to update to the latest and greatest, it's ready. Mozilla hasn't yet posted an official changelog, but we're clearly getting very close to the official 3.5 release. [MajorGeeks via gHacks]
Firefox 3.5 RC2 Available For Download
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