Mozilla Firefox Aurora: not for the faint of heart

Firefox AuroraOne thing that sets Google Chrome apart from the web browser competition is the fact that folks who love testing new software have access to the latest updates on a frequent basis. As we all know, new features always make people happy and the constant stream of new features from the developer builds of Chrome keep these hungry people satisfied, while the folks who aren’t too keen on testing the browser will eventually get them in the stable updates that are released every now and then. Now it looks like Mozilla will be taking a page out from Google’s book. The company has announced the introduction of Firefox Aurora that will allow users to “Experience the newest innovations in an unstable environment that’s not for the faint of heart”. Looks like the web browser scene got a lot more competitive. Head here to check out Firefox Aurora.

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