Firefox Reveals Plans for 2012

Mozilla has recently released a new version of its web browser, Firefox 11. The company has also laid its plans for 2012 out as well and there will be lot of interesting features in the works for one of the most popular web browsers on the Internet.

There are many features which are part of the plan have already been achieved in Firefox version 10 and 11. In the new versions, the company has addressed many issues regarding old add-ons not working in new versions of the browser. Mozilla had made these compatible by default. With having Firefox 11, users will now able to sync add-ons across numerous computers.

The complete Firefox roadmap, however, unveils a range of other impressive updates scheduled for later time this year.

The most striking among others is silent updates that will be downloaded and installed quietly in the background with no need of user intervention. Mozilla has planned this feature for Firefox 13.

One other interesting feature planned for later time this year is the added ability to share links and updates to a variety of social networks straight from the browser. We have seen products such as Flock in the past that made an attempt to integrate social networking straight into the browser. However, none of them succeeded in making an impression in the market.

There will certainly be mixed number of reviews for several features offered and planned by Mozilla in its web browser. Some may be liked, while other may be criticized depending on the requirements of users. Share your thoughts in the comments section about Mozilla’s revealed plans.

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