The Vision Behind Mozilla’s New Firefox 4 Browser

Much can be learned from Mozilla’s latest browser release, Firefox 4. Their product and release approach follows in their company mission perfectly, as evidenced by the development of this program. Everything they have factored into the creation of Firefox 4 follows in these footsteps.

Their goal was to take a forward-thinking approach as they created a groundbreaking web browser. All of the projects surrounding Firefox 4 also include this line of thinking. User experience for example, which is a critical component of any browser, was greatly weighed. This can be broken down to browser speed, navigation ease, user interface and many other facets of a browser. The speaker in the video describes all of the steps that were taken to improve the user experience, for example.

Many stumbling points in the previous iteration of Firefox were tackled, and when possible, removed. In cases, many features were simply improved upon. All of the changes will go toward improving the latest and greatest release of Firefox, hopefully catapulting it among the elite web browsers.

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