Image 1 of 12 Previous Next The installation screen What you can expect from Firefox Beta 1?Installation was quick and easy. Add on compatibility Since add ons for Firefox 3 aren't quite ready this is a bit of wasted step. Add ons waiting This isn't all that surprising. The start screen And another warning about how Firefox 3 is for testing only. Bookmark management improved One of the changes is more bookmark and annotations for pages. For instance, Firefox 3 tracks recent visited favorites and allows for tagging of pages. Bookmark tagging The bookmark manager has been improved with the ability to tag specific pages for better organization. Add on manager The add on manager is a nice touch and can save you a few clicks with disable and uninstall options readily available. Plug in manager A look at the add on manager for plug-ins. DOM inspector The DOM inspector of Firefox 3 allows you to look at the underpinnings of any page. Web forgery? Firefox 3 has added some security enhancements to find Web forgeries and prevent phishing attacks. Malware warning What you'd see if there was a site with malware. Security certificates Firefox 3 is a stickler for SSL certificates. You can exempt sites though with a few clicks. The installation screen What you can expect from Firefox Beta 1?Installation was quick and easy. Related Topics: Enterprise Software CXO Microsoft Google Open Source Software Tech Industry Email Print Reddit Instagram About Larry Dignan Larry Dignan is Editor in Chief of ZDNet and Editorial Director of TechRepublic. Full Bio Contact See all of Larry's content × Full Bio Larry Dignan is Editor in Chief of ZDNet and Editorial Director of TechRepublic.