Mozilla will launch Firefox 5 browser on June 21. This indicates that they have two months to update the new Firefox 4 which launched in last March.
It is known that Firefox 5 will be integrated with social media, display and improved user interface tabs. Beta version will be launched next month, while entering the final version takes approximately five weeks later.
It is slightly different from the previous method Firefox launch, considering when Firefox 4 was first launched is more than 75 million users who downloaded it.
Users expect that Firefox 5 will be more stable than before, along with some developments and additions.
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Windows 8 is not yet announced by Microsoft as a substitute for Windows 7 success, but some analysts already predict the presence of these operating systems.
Most obvious, of course, that Windows 8 will be built to rival Apple's IOS, which is now so popular devices on the market. This prediction is seen, because it seems the new OS will be a new iteration with cross-platform effort that is designed for different devices.
Analyst Paul Thurrot and Rafael River mentioned a number of new features that will come in Windows 8 will be a compatible version for smartphones and tablets.
It will present a user interface features for Windows Explorer and document reader that uses a similar model package applications with Windows Phone 7.
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