Mozilla, the developer of the Firefox browser, announced this week that it "has to postpone the next version of the web browser. Firefox 4In May, the company announced that the fourth version of the successful browser would arrive Another year, But due to circumstances The company will not be able to keep its promise.
Firefox enjoys a wide market segment mainly thanks to its uniqueness, which is expressed In extensions The variety that can be installed on it - extensions that are developed by independent creators thanks to the browser being open source.
Besides, Firefox provides a fairly high speed - It is not as fast as theChrome Of Google, But definitely faster thanInternet Explorer (except version 9, which is currently in beta).
|Firefox 4 - Postponed to next year|
In an interview with Mike Blazner, the team's head of Firefox The Register It was stated that "based on the delays in the completion of the seventh beta which should include all the new features of Firefox 4, and given the fact that we still have a long way to go and a lot of work until the final version is released, we are forced to change the beta launch dates and the final version. " Firefox 4 will come to us in early 2011 may change - for better or worse.
Firefox's developer community and fans have been informed that the delay was caused by Mozilla's consideration of the feedback it received from the community as it examined the six beta versions presented so far, citing bugs, problems and suggestions for improvement. Also, the company schedule Released to the open audience.
But not only will foxes ramp up on the virtual streets at the beginning of 2011. The expected launch date of Mozilla is almost in conflict with the expected launch date of a new version of another browser, also popular, named Opera. The new version of Opera threatens to steal more market share by supporting new technologies such as HTML5, Acceleration in surfing speed and cool new features, such as high-level personalization and high-end computationality (which has made it the preferred choice for many mobile users to surf the Internet).
The Opera 11 version will probably be launched next to the new version of Opera Firefox, So it will be interesting to see where the Internet community will tilt. Mozilla is aiming for 4 users in its fourth version Firefox - Will her expectations be crushed under the weight of Opera? only time will tell. For sure, we will have a close race this spring.