// November 20, 2007, 4:55 AM PST
View this screenshot gallery for a look at Firefox 3.0 Beta 1.The installation process.
The installation process.
Import wizard - a chance to leave IE behind.
Finalizing the divorce from IE.
Trusting websites is a lot easier with Firefox 3.0.
Bookmarking favorites is simple - click on the star ...
... and enter the name and location. Simple.
SSL errors are clear and more readable ... although more could be done here I think.
The attack site warnings are clear and to the point.
Firefox 3.0 also makes it more difficult for scam sites to fool users.
I like this feature (which is present in IE7) - if you close the browser with tabs open you get the chance to save them.
Find has also been improved. Select a word in the text and that becomes the basis for the search.
Zoom in and out works well too.
The applications download mechanism has also been greatly improved.
It's a lot easier to save passwords with Firefox 3.0 too - you're asked in a more discreet way when you carry out a log in. This is much better than that annoying dialog box in previous versions.
Uninstall process ...
Uninstall process ... done.
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