Yet another update from the house Mozilla, following the rapid release cycle of the browser software “Firefox” the Mozilla Foundation has released Firefox 11 and the latest version of this software is available for download, unlike the earlier versions which came up with no major feature additions this one comes up with fixes for Add-On Compatibility Issues and also adds Add-On Sync feature which allows you to synchronize your extensions across desktops (work and home), operating systems and once you enable the add-on sync feature your add-ons will be made available on all of your computers and in addition to this the latest version helps you in marking up almost all of the add-ons as compatible one’s by default, excluding the extension’s version, which means that you don’t need to rely on the add-on compatibility tool reporter anymore. The latest version also got few new developer tools including ‘Tilt’ a 3D page inspector and on the fly CSS editor which allows you to play with the stylesheets right in your browser.
In addition to this Firefox 11 has got an awesome feature SPDY which makes it easier to gather items from one place rather than many, and resulting in loading faster, Internet giants including Google, Twitter, Gmail uses SPDY to load faster. However, the support for SPDY is turned by default and in order to enable it you just need to enter about:config in the address bad and look for network.http.spdy.enabled and set that to true.
You can download the Mozilla Firefox 11 for Windows, Linux and Mac versions from the official website or you can even upgrade to the latest version right from the inbuilt update application which can be accessed at Help –> About Firefox.