After releasing about 10 beta versions, Mozilla has finally decided to roll out the “final version” of Firefox 4. If all goes well and according to plan, the final release will be out on March 22. It was announced last week, that Firefox 4 has moved out of its beta period and is now in the “release candidate” stage. Mozilla’s Damon Sicore posted a message on Firefox’s official forum:
“As of now, there are no known issues that would stop us from shipping RC1 as final. (…) March 22nd is the day we would ship.”
Firefox 4 will be having many performance enhancing features and bug fixes, including faster startup and page loading time with GPU-acceleration feature for graphics rendering.
The release candidate users will be automatically upgraded to the final release when it is available. You can download the RC version from here. We will keep you updated as we learn more! Stay tuned to GizmoCrazed.