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Tomorrow Tuesday June 17th, the 3rd version of Firefox will be available to the web. Firefox, the browser that was reborn from the ashes of Netscape and came to occupy a significant portion of market share (there is no doubt that Internet Explorer has the largest share) has reached a major milestone.
The 3rd edition, which had been circulating in beta and release candidate versions for some time now, is better than all previous versions and packs many extras. The Mozilla Foundation, which is responsible for Firefox, has called a worldwide collective effort to download Firefox in record volumes so that it can achieve Guinness book of records status. What must we do? What will I do at least? Simply, I will go to the site of Firefox and get the latest version of Firefox for all the platforms I use.
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