Mozilla Corp. has rolled out the final version of Mozilla Firefox 11 today with several new features for both users and developers. The most important change is now users able to import their bookmarks, history and cookies from Google Chrome. In addition to preserve personalization PC-to-PC add-ons also can be synced.
What’s new in Mozilla Firefox 11
- Firefox can now migrate your bookmarks, history, and cookies from Google Chrome.
- With Sync enabled, add-ons can now be synchronized across your computers
- The CSS text-size-adjust property is now supported.
- The outerHTML property is now supported on HTML elements.
- View source syntax highlighting now uses the HTML5 parser.
- The Style Editor for CSS editing is now available to web developers.
- Web developers can now visualize a web page in 3D using the Page Inspector 3D View.
- SPDY protocol support for faster page loads is now testable.
- XMLHttpRequest now supports HTML parsing.
- Files can now be stored in IndexedDB.
- Websockets has now been unprefixed.
- Redesigned media controls for HTML5 video.
- Firefox notifications may not work properly with Growl 1.3 or later.
The release is available in over 70 languages for Windows, Mac and Linux and can be grabbed from links given below: