Firefox 3.0 Final

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Firefox 3.0 Final

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Most of us probably knew that Tuesday would be the release date of the Firefox 3.0 Browser. It was true. . I didnt really know of this till now.

Sorry, I havent had Internet in 2 1/2 days.
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Real old news...
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Why would you start a topic like this? There's already two threads dedicated to the realease of Firefox 3. (Well, one of the release and the other on optimizing it).
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As stated before, I havent had Internet for 2 whole days... >_> <_<
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Glad to see that they've fixed many of the add-ons which were previously disabled. I got my Firefox 3 by going tho their FTP site.
Thought it was a joke when I saw the Jun 11 date on it.
That means that all they did was re-release the RC3 build.
Firefox 3 is stable and fast, but what else would you expect?

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