Windows/Mac/Linux: The final version of the Firefox is starting to show up on Mozilla’s web site, and some readers are reporting update notices. Here’s a few links you should check out before downloading that browser.
- Disable location-aware browsing and tab tearing – If those features sound more like privacy invasion and mouse-clenching hassle, respectively, they’re pretty easy to turn off.
- Make your extensions work with (Firefox 3.5) – Originally written for the big (bigger?) Firefox 3.0 upgrade, but this little about:config tweak should keep those extensions not yet upgraded working with 3.5 as well, assuming you don’t mind potential bugs.
- Weave synchronisation tool – Mozilla’s experimental synchronisation project only works with Firefox 3.5—but, wait, that’s out now! It’s worth checking out, especially if you’re running Firefox across multiple systems.
The link below lands on a page we know to point to Firefox 3.5 downloads for all systems. In the meantime, tell us where you’re grabbing Firefox 3.5, or why you’re holding off, in the comments.
Firefox 3.5 – It’s Time for an Upgrade [Mozilla]