“The fifth public alpha build of Firefox 3 has been officially released. The new alpha build, which is codenamed Gran Paradiso, features early components of the revamped Places system, a cohesive storage framework that will unify bookmark and history storage. An earlier prototype of the Places system was tested in early Firefox 2 alpha (Bon Echo) builds but was removed because it couldn’t be completed within the Firefox 2 release timeframe.”
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5th time’s the charm?
Source: Ars Technica
If you want to be on the cutting edge of web browsing, you can pick up the 5th public alpha of Firefox 3. You can check out all the new features, and new bugs, with your very own eyes. For those less adventurous souls, or those who just want to know what they will be getting into, you can read Ars Technica’s review.