Mozilla's Firefox hit its tenth incarnation not too long ago at the end of January, and the team over there has been hard at work improving the browser.
And before you know it, Mozilla has released version 11. Besides including various security fixes, the new version now allows users to migrate bookmarks, history, and cookies from Google Chrome. Another useful improvement is the ability to sync add-ons across multiple computers.
And if you're a developer, there's also some interesting upgrades from the previous version, with version 11 allowing developers to change code in real-time via the CSS Style Editor located within the browser. The newly added Page Inspector also allows developers to take a look at a web page's structure and layout without having to leave the browser.
For a full list of changes and improvements, hit the source link below. To get the new 'fox, click here.