The guys over at Mozilla have surely heard the news about Internet Explorer 9 launching next week, as they seem to be frantically ironing out any remaining bugs and putting the finishing touches to their latest browser, Firefox 4.
After a dozen beta versions, the first Release Candidate of Firefox 4 is finally available for download. This version is already considered to be stable and safe enough to use it for regular web browsing on a daily basis. Mind you, some add-ons may not work with this release yet, and the browser’s features and design could change before the final version comes out.
In any case, Firefox 4 RC gives you the perfect chance to test Mozilla’s latest installment of their popular browser before the final versions comes out. The sleeker interface design, the handy data syncing tool and the overhauled tabs and add-ons managers are some of the new features you shouldn’t miss. With almost all major bugs already solved, the RC just adds overall improvements to stability, compatibility and performance. Download your copy now and tells us what you think.