Mozilla has officially launched Firefox 29 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. This is a massive release: Firefox Sync has been revamped and is now powered by Firefox Accounts, there’s a new customization mode, and the major user interface overhaul Australis has finally arrived called Australis.
1. Sleek, curved tabs
The look of Firefox has shifted away from a straight-edged, block design to one that more highly incorporates the use of curves. This is most noticeable within Firefox 29’s tabs, which now strongly resemble those of Google Chrome. But unlike Chrome, Firefox makes an effort to highlight the tab users are currently viewing and fade away all others to eliminate distractions.
2. Firefox Menu
Mozilla has added a new “Firefox Menu” that is designed to make it easier for users to find some of the key features of Firefox, including the new window, new private window, preferences and several other options. Previously, these features were a little more tucked away.
Within the Firefox Menu, users will find a “Customize” option. Clicking that will allow users to pick and choose what features they want in the menu as well as other parts of the browser. Users can change the features they include in the navigation bar and they can flip flop the URL field with the search field. Users can also eliminate the search field altogether and make Firefox 29 look more better.
4. Firefox Sync
Mozilla has also introduced what it calls Enhanced Firefox Sync service. This feature makes it possible for users to easily transfer their Firefox features – including their settings, their history, their bookmarks and more – from one device to another. By creating a Firefox account, users can transfer their features from computer to computer or to the mobile, Android version of Firefox. Previous versions of Firefox Sync have existed, but this version makes the process much easier to use.
5. Easy-to-find bookmarks
In Firefox 29, Mozilla has made it easier for users to manage and find their bookmarks. A bookmark manager icon is now found within the navigation bar, next to the star icon that is used to bookmark pages. The new icon highlights users’ bookmarks more prominently.
Have a look at heaven (Download): http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/
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