Skip to comments.Firefox 15 Does Better On WebGL, Debugging, RAM Usage
Posted on 08/29/2012 8:48:54 AM PDT by Ernest_at_the_Beach
Mozilla had officially released Firefox 15.0 this morning with many new features.
Firefox 15 for Android was released today as well to go along with the multi-platform desktop release. Additional Firefox 15 details are available from the Mozilla blog. Mozilla Firefox 15 is available for download from Mozilla.org.
Embedded below is the BananaBread first person shooter 3D demo that shows off some of the WebGL/graphics improvements found in this latest Firefox browser release.
(Excerpt) Read more at phoronix.com ...
hope this one works and they haven’t changing bookmarking again.
Thanks, I’m updating as I type this (using IE), but just for a few minutes.
dang, already got it running..
I just got it and everything on this system looks the same. I will see when I get home, Windows 7 & Ubuntu.
Back on Firefox now. That was a quick update. Oh yeah!! I like the new Firefox 15!!! I can really tell a difference. Thank you Mozilla!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That’s a different article, from a different source, with a different author. Most of us here can figure it out.
Still painfully slow on FB games. I don’t know what they broke on that stuff, other flash games it’s fine, FB forget about it.
Curious if you’ve run your ‘plugin check’ yet? Java shows update needed-but none available. They will prob work it out in a day or two.
Same here. I’m happy my Norton Identity Safe and Fast Dial 4.2.2 Visual Bookmarks are still working. Sometimes they stop working until after updates.
Seriously this new version is smokin’. I really like it.
OK...if you scroll way down....I finally run across it....
By the way, welcome to FR.
I just installed it. The last releases were buggy enough that I switched to Chrome briefly.
Firefox had better make me happy fast because I got real comfortable with Chrome.
If I knew it was going to create such a fuss, I wouldn’t have listed it.n Sorry.
Doesn’t matter to me, I use Chrome for the most part.
But I am currently mostly happy with Firefox.
Heh. I just checked and it looks like I’m still running FF 3.6. Which is currently using appr. 350 MB of memory with 38 Tabs open. Works just fine. Any really compelling reason to update?
Tried Chrome in its early years but did not stick with it. Might try it again sometime -- like many I'm getting tired of major FireFox releases every few months.
For Chrome (since we’re speaking about WebGL) on linux try
and verify that this works by going to
Damn....that is good....wouldn’t think so.
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