Mozilla releases Firefox 2 RC2

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The Mozilla Corporation has just released the latest version of the popular FireFox browser. This version of Mozilla Firefox 2 RC2 has support for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux. Release Candidate 2 has several features, such as...

* Brand new interface
* Built-in phishing protection
* Javascript 1.7
* The ability to resume your browsing session
* Spell checking

The release notes for FireFox RC2 can be found here, and to download the browser head here

Feel free to discuss this latest release in our forum

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Most Recent Comments

07-10-2006, 15:50:20

learn something new everyday, is it some sort of animated GIF?

07-10-2006, 17:47:21

Some of these are kinda cool lookin:

07-10-2006, 18:06:27

i was under the impression that in order to have an animated desktop, you need to set it as a html page, with a gif on, or flash animation on

07-10-2006, 18:08:26


i was under the impression that in order to have an animated desktop, you need to set it as a html page, with a gif on, or flash animation on

You may have to, I haven't experimented with it in years...

08-10-2006, 05:22:26

Sticky Mick
Some of those desktop anims look cool:cool: Although it's shareware, and the system specs a re a bit higher than drempels, because it uses the Flash MX plug-in.

Drempels just animates 2D .jpeg images. Just fill up the drempels folder with whatever .jpeg images you have and it'll cycle through, quite relaxin to watch.

08-10-2006, 07:15:44

ahhh, u have to install additional software.

08-10-2006, 07:21:55

no software is needed for gifs animation.
just set it to be a wallpaper and the animation will start.

08-10-2006, 07:36:40

so it does , juus tested it with frags avater :p

08-10-2006, 07:45:41

looks kinda silly with gifs so small if you ask me, make it kinda hard to se the icons too :cool:
but could look good with a bigger animated image which isnt to bright.

08-10-2006, 08:26:21

A gif the size of your native resolution would be huuuuuge, and you know how much windows hates you when you try and use a desktop image that has a large file size.

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