Support Ends for Firefox 1.5

Susan Hall

Mozilla has ended support for version 1.5 of its Firefox browser and released the 2.0.0.4 version.

 

The new version fixes six security holes, including one rated "critical." The company is offering an upgrade tool to help Firefox 1.5 users to move to the new browser, reports vnunet.com.

 

One patch in the new version also covers 30 memory bugs in its JavaScript engines. The company also warned users might find similar bugs in its Thunderbird e-mail system.



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Jun 6, 2007 5:18 AM M.S.Kannan M.S.Kannan  says:
With Converging Technology advancements,the PS3 architects should look into tripple channel Say a Media for Gaming,A media for Computer & a media for TelevisionThe concept is like stereo channels in audio the exploitation of converging technologies three channel one as game port another TV port & another for computingAll these to have a central processing unit while simple WiFi/Blue tooth/Fiber cable to connect to three sets of monitor MM kit/Accessories such that three different users are on same CPU box that gives independence to the three users at home on areas they would like to focus on without compromising on processing resources or to overspend on same. my be three deployed units of similar configs to switch to applications specific to users over a central processing unit.The second suggestion would mean a multi user ,Multi threaded applications & ,Multi media.....environment support. Reply

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