The newest version of Mozilla’s popular web browser, Firefox 11, was scheduled to come out yesterday, six weeks after the launch of version 10 – but to add flurry in the launch, the company announced that it will holding the launch for a day or two as the day is called as “Patch Tuesday” in which Microsoft released its latest Windows updates to machines. “Patch Tuesday” was originally only one of the reasons why Mozilla delayed the update. Firefox 11 itself is a minor update – the browser can now properly import bookmarks and settings from Google Chrome, and compatibility with Growl 1.3 has also been fixed. If in case the users can’t wait for Mozilla to release the auto update option, it will make a manual download available (as of now it is available to download from Mozilla’s site).
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