I’ve been using the Firefox 3.0 beta since I upgraded to Ubuntu 8.04, as it came as a standard package, but until now I had no idea that version 3.0 had a significantly different UI from 2.0. In fact, I only found out when I saw recent Flickr posts showing a Firefox comparison chart with [...]
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