Mashable: "Almost one year ago we got a glimpse of the next major iteration of Firefox, or at least its gorgeous new visuals.
Now, however, Mozilla’s Mike Beltzner has shared a presentation that reveals quite detailed plans for Firefox 4. HTML5 and CSS support are mentioned, as well as faster operation, a greater focus on security and stability, new developer tools, and a lot of personalization options. Furthermore, from the screenshots embedded in the presentation, we can see that the visuals from one year ago haven’t changed much, although most menu items (the home button, for example) are positioned differently."
Hopefully more stable :| it may just be me, but Firefox was just horrid on a few past releases on my laptop. If this really can be achieved and still be stable then it will be downloaded back on the laptop.
Just you, it has become one of the most process-eater browser bloated of useless add-on everywhere for not to call it the heavier of them all...chrome is just winning the career for me lately, but firefox is just firefox, can't live without it.