Windows/Mac/Linux: If you’ve been riding the Firefox 3.6 beta train, Mozilla just pushed out the whopping fifth beta of Firefox 3.6 — with over a hundred bug fixes to improve performance, stability and security, along with several all-around improvements.
You can read the release notes for more, but on a whole this looks like a pretty solid update to the beta, and god willing, means we’re pretty close to the release candidate and final release. Mozilla’s a bit behind schedule on this release, but better late than never. This release promises to be less crashy, faster and more responsive, and include more fun HTML5 technologies. (Interested in how HTML5 will change the way you use the web?)
Have you been playing around with the 3.6 beta builds? Let’s hear how the new model’s been working out for you in the comments.