June 1st, 2010
Editor’s note: On May 28, Mozilla announced the release candidate build of the next version of Firefox, which will include the Crash Protection for “out of process plugins” feature to help create a smoother, faster and more secure browsing experience for users. Early testing shows that this feature may protect users from a significant number of the browser crashes that are commonly reported to us.
For more details, check out the Mozilla Developer News announcement, reposted below.
The release candidate build of Firefox 3.6.4 is now available for download and public testing. This version fixes issues found in the previous beta of Firefox 3.6.4. If no issues are found during testing this build will be officially released as Firefox 3.6.4 final in the coming weeks.
Users who have already downloaded or opted in to previous betas should receive the latest beta as an automatic update. If you did not download the previous beta and would like to help us test this release, please download the latest Firefox 3.6.4 beta from mozilla.com.
For general information about Firefox 3.6.4 and the uninterrupted browsing feature, please see the previous beta announcement.