A day after it shipped Firefox 9, Mozilla quickly released an update after backing out a bug fix that was causing some Mac, Linux and Windows browsers to crash.
To Google, Firefox is reportedly worth $300 million/year for the next three years.
The Clearly browser extension lets you create clean web pages on the fly for easier reading.
Mozilla and Google today said that they had struck a new search deal that will provide "significant revenue" to the maker of Firefox.
Built to be as much as 30 percent faster than Firefox 8, the release also brings Mac OS X Lion support and an Android version that's optimized for tablets.
Now too big to be built on 32-bit Windows, the popular browser forces Mozilla developers to look for alternatives.
Internet Explorer takes second place while Firefox comes in third, Accuvant reports.
Mozilla explains why Firefox is important in a new video.
Reports now suggest Mozilla's search deal with Google isn't over after all, but the popular browser has plenty going for it either way.