Here are the news in this release of Firefox:
* Windows Installer
Firefox now comes with an installer for Windows. Aside from making the installation process smoother, the installer also solves some common plug-in problems.
* Download Manager
The new streamlined download manager keeps your downloads organized without getting in your way. Select Tools > Downloads or press Ctrl+E to see it or change its behavior.
* New Add Bookmark Dialog
The Add Bookmark dialog has been enhanced and now allows the creation of new bookmark folders.
* Work Offline
It's now possible to view Web pages you've previously visited without being connected to the Internet.
* Better Handling of File Types
Binary files (e.g. .wma and .rar files) served by servers incorrectly sending text/plain should no longer be displayed as garbage in the browser, rather they should be appropriately handled.
* New XPInstall Frontend
The dialog that appears when installing themes and extensions has been redesigned and is easier to use.
* New default theme for MacOS X
The Pinstripe theme integrates better on MacOS X than the Qute theme, used on Windows and Linux.
* Lots of bug fixes and improvements
Disabling of form auto-completion is now working, the address bar now remembers the edited text across tab switching, among many other bug fixes.
Originally posted by deep
When I'm done with shit this week I'm going to transfer all my email stuff to Thunderbird ...