It’s official: Firefox 2.0 is now available.

If you’ve been holding off on upgrading to Firefox 2.0 because it wasn’t final yet then your wait is over. Firefox 2.0 Final is now available. Go get it.

5 thoughts on “It’s official: Firefox 2.0 is now available.

  1. Is it possible to upgrade the RC releases of Firefox 2 to the final release using the check for update option in the help menu? I’ve tried a couple of times and I keep getting told that no updates are available.

  2. The final release is a piece of junk.  They need to issue an update yesterday.  I can’t check my e-mail on some sites and it crashes when I go to flash sites.  How could they overlook stuff like that?  I guess I’m switching to Opera in the mean time.

  3. Anyone know why the default ‘keyword searches’ are no longer included in a fresh install of Firefox. In earlier versions there was a folder in bookmarks that was something like “quick searches” and if you typed google, wp, or dict in the address bar before what you wanted to find it would search google, wikipedia, or dictionary.com, for example. I can still create these keyword searches but they are no longer included by default. At first I though it was because I was using Ubuntu Linux’s slightly customized version of Firefox 2.0, but then I installed Firefox 2.0 on a windows machine that did not have any of the previous version of Firefox installed, and the keyword searches were not there!?

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