Posts Tagged ‘9.04’

Yippee!

After long wait, Mozilla Firefox 3.5 is now out, and it is just got better regarding speed, stability, and security, to Microsoft: dig a hole and hide in it, your lies about MSIE8 won’t trick us 😛

This video is really great to watch, it shows the features of Mozilla Firefox, the most new feature that I will like is implementing the new tags of HTML5 which include tags that supports multimedia functions such as <audio> and <video> tags.

This means that you don’t need to use memory hog and buggy plug-ins like the proprietary Adobe Flash plug-in to access video and audio streams in the Web, actually the founders of The Pirate Bay started a new website called The Video Bay that uses these new HTML 5 tags and don’t have restricted rules like Youtube.

So in short, say good to Adobe Flash and Youtube, welcome the openness 🙂

I found instructions about how to install Firefox 3.5 in Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty without the need to wait for the update, but maybe some things may broke, I warned you.