A lot of the internet browser ‘full-screen mode’ feature to help you navigate through, but still offers the address bar, tabs, and using other mechanisms. Home Dash called Firefox 4 (running beta versions) without any toolbar add-in allows you to quickly search and navigation.
So how to navigate the screen without anything happening except on a page? Firefox logo in the upper left click or when you press CTRL + L is a control panel display.
This panel is a combination of URL and search bar and recently visited the site shows 24. Site’s name or search term you type in these 24 sites to match the changing or your past.
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By the time that Mozilla gets done with the Beta phase of the development process there might be as many as a dozen Builds of the next iteration of the open source browser ahead of the first Release Candidate (RC).
Having suffered numerous delays, only 10 Beta Builds of Firefox 4.0 were slated for delivery initially.
With Firefox 4.0 Beta 10 already shipped, and with Beta 11 now cooking, Mozilla is revealing the possibility that Beta 12 could also be offered to early adopters for testing prior to RC1.
At this point in time, there’s no actual plan to build Firefox 4.0 Beta 12, with Mozilla still aiming to make Beta 11 the last testing milestone before the browser graduates to the Release Candidate phase. More »
The ninth Beta development milestone of Firefox 4.0 is now available for download.
Although Mozilla has yet to announce officially the general availability of Firefox 4.0 Beta 9, the bits are already live on the company’s FTP servers.
Softpedia readers have been able to read about the imminent launch of Firefox 4.0 Beta 9 since last week, and again yesterday when Damon Sicore, Mozilla senior director of platform engineering revealed that Firefox 4.0 Final was due by the end of February 2011.
Beta 9 is toward the end of the Beta development program for Firefox 4.0, and as such, customers should not expect extensive changes, simply because there aren’t any.
According to the open source browser maker, here are the most consistent modifications compared to Beta 8: More »
Microsoft’s interoperability work related to modern web standards is in no way limited to Internet Explorer 9.
An illustrative example in this regard is the fact that the Redmond company worked to make Firefox a tad friendlier to a video codec that IE9 supports by default in the context of HTML5, but Mozilla ignores completely for Firefox 4.0.
Essentially, the new HTML5 Extension for Windows Media Player Firefox Plug-in add-on from the software giant offers users that are running Firefox on Windows H.264 support for HTML5 video playback.
Offered free of charge, the Firefox add-on leverages Windows 7’s built-in capabilities in order to let users of Mozilla’s open source browser enjoy H.264-encoded video on HTML5. More »