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Old 3rd June 2013, 11:53   #1
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Default Mozilla Readies Major Firefox Redesign

Mozilla is getting ready to introduce its redesigned Firefox browser to such an extent that Mozilla even wants to stop referring to Firefox as a browser. The new version called Australis, will be highly customizable to the user's needs and tastes while remaining simple to use. Expect to see Australis working its way through the Dev channels soon and introduced as a stable product sometime in late fall. The idea behind Australis was to design a browser that was just as capable as today, but simpler to use. The team was also tasked to look closely at how people actually use their browsers and then design the user experience around this.
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