Mozilla has made Firefox 4 Beta 1 available to download and test, much in the same way Microsoft recently released an early version of Internet Explorer 9.
“This first version gives an early look at what’s planned for Firefox 4,” said Mozilla’s Mike Beltzner in a blog, who added that “we plan to release new beta versions every two to three weeks.”
The aim of releasing the beta browser is to gather feedback that will help shape the final product.
“Firefox 4 Beta 1 includes dozens of major features and improvements,” Beltzner added. “By testing them early we’ll be able to respond to your feedback for future versions of Firefox. Once you download Firefox 4 Beta 1, you’re part of our beta program and will receive regular updates as more features launch.”
Hit this link for a full list of new updates to the browser and let us know your thoughts if you download the beta.