Bookmark Improvements New to Firefox 3

Nov 20, 2007 By ANICK JESDANUN, AP Internet Writer
Bookmark Improvements New to Firefox 3

(AP) -- A new version of the Firefox browser, now available for testing mainly by developers, offers improvements on finding frequently visited Web sites and tools for running Web applications without a live Internet connection.



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