Firefox Aurora lets you test the latest innovations of the Mozilla web browser. Since this version is still in the development phase, it can only be used for testing. Firefox Aurora also automatically send usage information to Mozilla in order to refine the browser. Please note that Firefox Aurora is still unstable, has limited security and still contains many bugs.
- Pros +
- Gives an overview of features to be included in the newest version of Firefox
- Cons -
- File size:
- 29.2 MB
- Mozilla | More programs (41)
- Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
- Browsers > Web browsers
User rating:2 User reviews
The latest version is a mess. None of the customization will save. I have to drag the search bar back to it every time I restart. It really sucks. Also the fact that I MUST put tabs on top is a show stopper. Give me the old one back. Running 64bit Win7 Ultimate. What a piece of garbage the new &quot;updated&quot; Aurora is.
Firefox 5 Aurora is a step up from Firefox 4 in terms of speed and performance. I am only assuming the reviewer of Firefox Aurora didn't actually use the product and labeled it unstable solely because it's a nightly alpha build. Which doesn't automatically make it worse than the official build. The only downside to Aurora is the fact not many Add-ons are compatible with Aurora yet. And the fact right now no really advanced features show which is typical for an nightly alpha build. Overall if you can handle disabling security checks and don't use download managers such as FlashGet then you should enjoy Firefox 5 Aurora. If FlashGet or Download Accelerator Plus worked with Aurora, I would be using it over Firefox 4. It's by far better overall.