Mozilla today released Firefox® 2, a major update to its popular and acclaimed free, open source Web browser. Firefox is developed by an international community of contributors working together under the umbrella of the Mozilla Foundation, a non-profit, public-benefit organization dedicated to improving the Internet experience for people everywhere.
Firefox 2 is immediately available for Windows, Mac or Linux operating systems as a free download from www.getfirefox.com.
Read the Full press release here
Now after the 2.0 Beta and RC 2.0 were released, though I downloaded it I did not install it! I was kinda waiting-in-the-wings so as to see what the enhancements would be and how it would scale up to all the extensions and themes of 1.5! I, for one, have a lot of really useful extensions on my 126.96.36.199. I would really be upset if they (or most of them!) become defunct with 2.0 👿 Not every extension is upwardly scalable….I still remember I lost the really nice extension – Abstract Mouse.com’s Shared Bookmarks – when I’d upgraded to 1.5. So the upgrade to 2.0 final version will also have to wait for a few days!
UPDATE: Uninstall Firefox 188.8.131.52 Before Installing Firefox 2.0!
If you have Firefox 184.108.40.206 installed and want to upgrade to Firefox 2.0, uninstall Firefox 220.127.116.11 first. We’ve had a few reports of users having bookmarks go missing after upgrading !
Via Gyanster@FreeHyderabad Forums