Will this be the last Beta? Firefox 4.0 Beta 10 ready for download!

Just about one week and a half after of the release of Firefox 4 Beta 9, Mozilla has released Firefox 4 Beta 10 to the web late Tuesday night.

In this latest built (Beta 10) Mozilla keeps working on improving performance and stability, some of the changes are: Improvement in memory usage, remote blacklisting for graphic drivers (hardware acceleration), and improvement for Mac OS X with better Adobe Flash support, this means better video playback with less computer resources being used.

As Mozilla is getting to the final stages of Firefox 4 and being almost ready for prime time, they are asking to all Firefox users to keep submitting feedbacks as much as possible. Mozilla has said that they received over a million feedbacks for Firefox 4 Beta and everyone counts, so keep on sending them feedbacks every time you find a problem. You can easily do this by clicking the Feedback button in the top-right corner of the window or going to the site with the link mentioned below.

Mozilla has come a long way with all these releases and getting near to final stable release, Firefox 4 is showing to be a great competitor to other web browsers. This last release seems steadier, faster, and more responsive than other builds.

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Source The Mozilla Blog

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