Mozilla today released Firefox 15, which brings a couple of tricks up his sleeve to virtually all platforms. The most important of these are the silent updates level for PC, Mac, and Linux.
The functionality is similar to the “background updates” of Chrome, in which the browser downloads the latest version and automatically installed, ready to run when you restart the browser and without disturbing the user. No more repetitive manual downloads or installations. It certainly is a big plus for Firefox users devotees. In addition, Firefox 15 adopts the audio codec on all platforms as Mozilla says that this is “a codec or better than any codec on the web right now.” Mozilla wants to boost Opus for other platforms [like Chrome and Opera] adopt the codec and can become a web standard for the long run. To make matters worse, 15 for desktops Firefox offers better memory control, attacking problems “memory leak” in extensions and applications.
Problems of “memory leak” is the number one cause of poor overall performance on any computer, making the browser and the computer is too “heavy” and slow. For Android, Firefox 15 blesses tablet users with personality and speed. The Android application has a user interface and improved native [much like Chrome on Android], separating the application’s UI PC, Mac, and Linux. In addition, Mozilla improved performance making the application faster than previous versions. Mozilla said that “everything is noticed faster than before” any Android device. Android devices with 4.1 Jelly Bean, thank Butter Project, will receive the best deal for Firefox 15. The most important is that Mozilla Firefox 15 is available for computers and Android devices.