Not to be outdone by uber-corporation Microsoft’s release of IE7, the uninitiated web user’s browser of choice, Mozilla has fired a warning shot across its bows in the shape of a new version of the, like, totally cool-sounding Firefox, released today. While IE7 enjoys something in the region of 80% market share, Firefox is believed to have around 12-15% of the browser market sewn up. An impressive figure for a relative newcomer. Phish out of water Firefox 2.0 features anti-phishing software to avoid the web’s many ne’er-do-wells gaining access to your valuable,s and a spell check function that works with any text you enter within a Firefox browser. That means webmail will no longer read like you don’t now how too spell nuffing. Should Firefox 2.0 crash, as the original very occasionally did, the session restoration system kicks in and allows you to recover web pages, tabs and the like as if you shut the browser down manually. The best just got better, so go forth and download, gadgeteer. You still here?
Firefox 2.0Price: £free On sale: 11pm GMTContact: Firefox