Toś ta nitka jo se archiwěrowała. Pšosym stajśo nowe pšašanje, joli trjebaśo pomoc.
Firefox upgrade kept it a secret what, exactly was different
I just checked to see if there was an update to Firefox V:5. The check said there was, but gave me no useful information about what was different. So I told the program to download the changes.
It downloaded the changes, and promptly installed them with out further ado. All of a sudden I was on Firefox V:6, with no warning at all, or at least nothing I considered a warning.
The last couple upgrades have been major to major, with few (best I remember, no) minor point releases.
Is Firefox really THAT insecure these days?
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PS: I just went through the Features page, and I couldn't find a thing that was new in V:6. Either there really wasn't anything new, or it was so minor I didn't notice it at all.
Is there any place where the Feature changes are listed by when installed?
Or is there really nothing what so ever new in version 6?
Well, Firefox obviously does not use the point numbering conventions I am used to seeing. I only found a couple changes that were even user visible, and I don't see either on them on my screen, even knowing they are supposed to be there.
But there are a lot of enhancements for the developers.