While Chrome has been gaining ground over popular browsers such as Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox since its release in late 2008, it doesn’t mean Mozilla is giving up on Firefox without a fight. Firefox is still constantly being improved to run faster, look prettier, and become more intuitive. Recently, Mozilla released the final Firefox 13, and as a major revision, they’ve implemented some pretty major changes – the most notable being the addition of the tabs page and on demand tab loading.
Other improvements to Firefox in Firefox 13 include improved page memory management, faster start-up speeds, and added support for SPDY should make your browsing experience snappier.
For those interested, you may download the latest version here, or if you already have Firefox, simply click on Help > About Firefox to initiate an update.