Firefox 9.0 Now Available for Download

The latest version of Firefox is now available on Mozilla’s site for download. If you’re an early adopter, you can download it now and not have to wait to be updated.

Today we watched as Firefox 9.0 was made available on different download sites around the web. And is now available now for download on the official Mozilla website. Mozilla is officially announcing and pushing the update tomorrow.

There isn’t anything different graphically in the user interface in this release. Mozilla touts this version of Firefox will improve JavaScript performance by 20 –30 percent.

Firefox 9

I downloaded it on my Windows 7 system and it seems to have more zip than previous versions. More testing is still in order though. For more, check out Mozilla’s release notes.

What do you guys think? Leave a comment and let us know.



  1. Steve Krause

    December 19, 2011 at 9:07 pm

    Wow, at this rate they will be at Version 20 by the summer!

  2. Ziggy

    December 19, 2011 at 11:45 pm

    Once an avid user of Firefox, now an IE9 convert. Since my conversion (sob) I have run into little/no issues with IE9 as compared to the numerous problems thrown up by F/F.

    Others on my computer still run F/F as their favourite browser because it has one feature that IE9 does not have, and that’s the option of creating seperate profiles, which can be a life saver when F/F inevitably becomes corrupted!

    So I have the best of two worlds – IE for me and F/F for the missus and kids, who invariably have a habit of reaking havoc with F/F add-ons and the like.

  3. Rockin

    December 21, 2011 at 2:10 am

    I hardly find anything substantially important for a common user for which Mozilla releases a new version… Instead of that they should concentrate on a big release with major changes.

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