Firefox 4 might just be a fortnight old, but that doesn’t mean the folks over at Mozilla are resting on their laurels, with word going around that they are already quite close to rolling out a stable version of Firefox 5, where the final version is ready to hit the markets this coming June 29th. Firefox 5 is said to be tighter when it comes to the user interface design, alongside a deeper set of features. It is interesting to note that this next generation software will arrive in a shorter period compared to how long it took for Mozilla to release the latest Firefox update – at least that is what ConceivablyTech claims. Already touted to be in its 2nd stage of development by the time the middle of April rolls round, Firefox 5 will concentrate on the current tab-centric usability, throwing in muti-select abilities that allows a user to have more than one tab open in the same screen simultaneously.
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