Firefox

42.0 (32-bit) for Ubuntu

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New and refurbished version of the free browser par excellence

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Firefox is a web browser created by Mozilla team and characterized by its compatibility with all Operating Systems, speed, number of add-ons and reliability.

Although it's one of the veteran web browsers out there, each new version of Firefox comes loaded with lots of new features and it means good news for web users.

We can say Chrome and Opera are its rivals and this time Firefox has offered lots of reasons to use it and enjoy surfing the Internet.

Tabbed browsing, smart address bar, minimalist interface, application tabs, grouped tabs, recently closed tabs recovery, preference synchronization and much more.

Furthermore, the gallery of add-ons is extremely large and you can find anything there, so we recommend you to install this latest version of Firefox 4 and enjoy the Internet in a safer and better way.
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Requirements

Distribution: [url=https://ubuntu-11-04.en.uptodown.com/ubuntu/]Ubuntu 11.04[/url] Architecture: i386

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