As Mozilla works on its strategy for businesses, the next versions of its Firefox browser are looking better and better.
Mozilla announced Tuesday that it will address corporate users' needs.
Most Firefox 4 users updated to Firefox 5 in the first week, although the turnover speed was slower than when Chrome last shifted editions.
Despite the well-publicized protests of a few vocal critics, there's absolutely nothing wrong with Mozilla's new strategy.
Some users and businesses are nervous about Mozilla's new plan for speedy and frequent updates. Here's what you need to know.
Mozilla is planning to retire Firefox 3.6 from support, but won't put the 18-month-old browser out to pasture until August at the earliest.
Mozilla looks to solve a myriad of complaints about Firefox 4 crashes with a Firefox 5 update made up mostly of bug fixes.
Mozilla's rapid release of Firefox 5, and end of support for Firefox 4 paint the browser into a corner where only true Firefox loyalists will be willing to follow.
Mozilla will try to plug more memory leaks in Firefox with a new, aggressive approach that relies on weekly bug triage meetings.