N/APosted on - 06/05/2012
In less than a day, Firefox 13 will go live. Will it show thumbnails on the main screen like Chrome?
Is there any big difference between the old version and the new Firefox 13?
Will scrolling using the middle mouse button be effortless?
Will it be compatible with all kinds of internet browsing or software?
What’s new with Firefox 13?
The main features of Firefox 13 are:
The home tabs and new tab pages are re-designed, and they are similar to that of Google chrome.
Tabs on demand” feature is available while loading previous sections to enable a speedy startup
The provisions to fix any major problems at just a single mouse click
The first difference you will notice is the new design of the homepage that comes with some handy features. The home page can be accessed at any time by just typing about:home into the address bar. The home page can be highly customized and various useful shortcuts to bookmarks, add-ons, settings etc. can be assigned so as to create a streamlined workflow.
Smooth scrolling and SPDY support is enabled as default, and also the a tool for optimizing the memory performance is also incorporated.
Definitely the new version of Mozilla will enable you to work faster and definitely handle memory related problems more efficiently than before.
The feature of smooth scrolling will be enabled by default in Firefox 13, hence the scrolling will be effortless.
The beta versions were known to have various compatibility issues which would hopefully be fixed in the final release.