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Quoting [developer.mozilla.org...] :
New features and changes in this milestone that require feedback include:
- This beta is now available in 54 languages - get your local version and let us know if it looks right.
- A new Private Browsing Mode that allows you to browse without Firefox storing any traces of where you’ve been - perfect for online holiday shopping!
- New functions that make it easy to remove the history of your past few hours of browsing, or remove all traces of a website.
- New support for web worker threads.
- Improvements to the Gecko layout engine, including speculative parsing for faster content rendering.
- Removed the new tab-switching & preview behavior based on feedback from Beta 1 users
A new Private Browsing Mode that allows you to browse without Firefox storing any traces of where youï¿½ve been - perfect for online holiday shopping!
Is 3.1 Beta2 ushering in the death of affiliate marketing? No cookies = no refferal fees. Does the "any trace" include cookies too?
If the new version blocks affiliates by default a lot of sites will pack it in though I can't imagine Mozilla would think it's a good idea to block cookies by default. Waiting patiently to hear on the matter...
Clearing cookies when the browser is closed already exists so it's not the "new" they're talking about(see:tools/options/private data). I wonder how many millions of dollars that little checkbox has cost affiliates.
[edited by: JS_Harris at 1:57 pm (utc) on Dec. 9, 2008]
ideally they would just erase it all when the browser is closed.
As per computerWorld it works as described above
I earlier mentioned a download.ru
I guess they offer a random d-load location to balance the downloads heavy traffic, the next one when I tried again was .de
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...2.x users being offered a free upgrade...
Maybe that's the next step before they offer to pay users to upgrade. ;)
Note that the upgrade choices are "Later"/ "Never"/ "Get the new version"... and that "Never" doesn't mean never.
Is it faster?