The UK strong in booze ? Then who's at number 19 ?
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Sigh. Every time an update is released, you can always read the same clueless comments. If you really think you know better, you can easily fix it yourself. The source code is open. I don't work for Mozilla, but there's some of my code inside (even though I'm mostly a bug triager). Obviously, only the improvements that are ready (and went thru a 12-week test cycle) are included, and there is more to come. There will always be.
@Martijn Otto: are you kidding ? Everyone asks to use less memory, and you want to use more? Note the memory savings have not been done by removing caches.
@Aquilus: never saw that, it only last a few seconds at the most. Check your add-ons.
@EddieD: AdBlock+ works fine
@The Fuzzy Wotnot: let me guess, you tested on Google website ? Look up what SPDY. means..
What exploit code ? Secunia has put up a warning for a security problem, but refused to say what the problem was. And none of the exploit code was seen either. That makes it quite difficult to fix, right ?
Mozilla received more information from Legerov last week (when he *finally* released the exploit code), and a patch was available the 18th.
AC : where are your "numerous live exploits" ? You're not just an AC, you're also a liar.
RC3 doesn't mention that they're release candidates (in the about box for instance), because it could be declared the final version when everything tests well. Unless there is a reason to try a fourth version. Just like what happened to RC2.
Look at it another way : if Mozilla would need to remove the "RC3" from the about box, then they would need to release *another* version, which could have issues of its own.