Continuing with it developmental efforts the Mozilla group has recently released the Firefox 3.1 beta 2 for download. Out of the several features that have been added to the latest version the most significant or important feature is the private browsing mode that lets you browse without any of your web history being stored locally.
It would be great for people who like to browse internet anonymously for some part while saving their browsing history for the other part, like a person trying to find a new employer at the work place. Once enabled it directs the Firefox browser not to store any of your browsing information.
As far as other browsers like IE 8, Safari, Google Chrome are concerned this is a already regular feature in them. Some other features that you may see added in the new Firefox are designed to increase the performance and the speed of Firefox, one of the areas where Firefox was losing to Chrome.
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