Firefox 27.0.1

Mozilla Firefox is a fast, full-featured Web browser. Firefox includes pop-up blocking, tab-browsing, integrated Google search, simplified privacy controls, a streamlined browser window that shows you more of the page than any other browser and a number of additional features that work with you to help you get the most out of your time online.

The Web is all about innovation, and Firefox sets the pace with dozens of new features to deliver a faster, more secure and customizable Web browsing experience for all.

User Experience. The enhancements to Firefox provide the best possible browsing experience on the Web. The new Firefox smart location bar, affectionately known as the "Awesome Bar," learns as people use it, adapting to user preferences and offering better fitting matches over time.

Performance. Firefox is built on top of the powerful new Gecko platform, resulting in a safer, easier to use and more personal product.

Security. Firefox raises the bar for security. The new malware and phishing protection helps protect from viruses, worms, trojans and spyware to keep people safe on the Web.

Customization. Everyone uses the Web differently, and Firefox lets users customize their browser with more than 5,000 add-ons.

Download: Firefox 27.0.1 for Windows | 23.5 MB (Freeware)
Download: Firefox 27.0.1 for Linux | 29.2 MB
Download: Firefox 27.0.1 for MacOS | 46.4 MB
View: Firefox Website | Release Notes

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Even with the Hardware Acceleration turned off, both 27.0 and 27.0.1 versions turn my PC into Norton Internet Security kind of slave. Back to 26.0

After updating to 27.0 I started noticing some sluggish behavior when opening a few tabs on the same site/domain while scrolling. I hope it was related to a bug (and not something else on my desktop computer) and 27.0.1 solves it.

Just started using Cyberfox myself, but same difference. Have to admit, I think Firefox has come a long ways since starting, for sure. I actually kind of like it now and I NEVER did before!

Used to use Seamonkey for a Mozilla based browser that is along the same lines as Firefox, but for some reason it kept dropping my internet connection, so switched to Cyberfox.

This will be my first chance to see how far behind Cyberfox is on updating now.

Was playing with PcxFirefox for a bit, but I think I like Cyberfox better, especially since it has both 32 bit and 64bit versions.