Version 3.6 of Mozilla Firefox is out and it’s quite spiffy! Apart from the performance improvements and security tweaks, there are two sets of features I really like.
First is the official integration of Personas in Mozilla Firefox. It’s the best way to personalize your browser look because there are over 30,000 personas to choose from. Here’s a video to explain better:
The next set of features I really like is more geeky/techie: The improved integration of Web Fonts and inclusion CSS gradients. As a web designer, these features will really rock because this gives web folks the flexibility to make websites faster with web fonts and CSS instead of using images. These two represent the gradual integration of HTML 5 into the mainstream, if you ask me.
I’m sure there are other Mozilla Firefox 3.6 features people will rave about, but I already have my two faves.