If you are not satisfied with the recent release of Firefox and thinking about switching browser, then get ready to change your mind as Firefox 7 is on the way. The first beta of Firefox 7 is available for download now, just after the wide release of Firefox 6 on 16th August. Firefox 6 didn’t bring any significant speed improvement but you will love what Firefox 7 has to offer. Firefox has been criticized for its high memory usage but this new beta version is likely to be welcomed by many users. Let’s see what Firefox 7 has to offer.
Firefox developers used Memshrink technology for the first time in the new beta. And the use of this technology brought a dramatic change with remarkable lower memory usage. According to Mozilla developer Nicholas Bethercote, Firefox 7 uses less memory comparing to the last three versions. When we used the beta version, we also noticed that Firefox 7 can cut memory usage by about fifty percent. You won’t notice any big memory usage if you keep using Firefox overnight and you will be able to free up memory by closing tabs which was not possible earlier.
Features of Firefox 7:
- Memory usage can be cut by about fifty percent
- Synchronize passwords and bookmarks fast
- Quick rendering of HTML5 canvas operations with Azure Direct2D
- Improved responsiveness, startup and page load time
Firefox 7 is currently available in beta version and the final version of Firefox 7 is expected to be released on 27th September according to Mozilla’s Wiki page. The beta version of Firefox 7 is available for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android users. Try Firefox 7 Free.
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