Firefox 3.1 Beta 3, the test version of the next update to Mozilla‘s internet browser, has just been made available to the public. Want to try it out for yourself? Better read on then.

Firefox 3.1 Beta 3 is a working, though not finished, version of the next Firefox update and it’s just been put up online to download and test out.

New additions in Firefox 3.1 Beta 3 include faster load times, extra support for geolocation and a new addition to Private Browsing Mode, a “Forget This Site” button, so you’ll leave no trace of where you’ve been (Yes, we know what it’s used for).

Mozilla is still working away on Firefox 3.1, and Firefox 3.1 Beta 3 won’t be the final test version before lift off, expected sometime this year. In fact, there’s so much more still to come that when the Firefox update is rolled out publicly, it’ll be called Firefox 3.5.

Firefox 3.1 Beta 3 is out to test on Windows, Mac and Linux now, so if you can’t hack Google Chrome and Safari 4 isn’t up your street, you might want to check Firefox 3.1 Beta 3 out.

Out Now | £free | Mozilla

  • MarkG

    When will you numpties understand, Opera is where it’s at. It’s got the performance, it’s got the security, and it’s were all the features that Chrome, Safari and Firefox stole their ideas from…

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