Editor’s Note: The following article is reprinted from the Geek Tech blog at PCWorld.com.
Mozilla recently released a product roadmap with a number of new details on what the foundation is hoping to release between now and the end of 2010, including information on when to expect the next major iteration of Firefox.
The report details that Firefox 4.0 is due to arrive in either October or November of 2010 and will bring with it a range of new features, such as a new slick user interface and multi-touch gesture suppport. But take note that this report is currently classed as a “draft” and could be open to any number of changes.
Mozilla also revealed that when Firefox 4.0 does hit, it will take a leaf out of Google Chrome’s book, as each tab will function with it’s own separate process, reducing the instances of losing your precious browser session.
Firefox 4.0 will be with us in late 2010, so be sure to stick it in your diary! In the mean time why not take a look at our tips and tricks on how to get the most out of your current version of Firefox?
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