A Look At The New Firefox UI On Ubuntu Linux

Written by Michael Larabel in Mozilla on 8 February 2014 at 04:10 AM EST. 30 Comments
After yesterday's article about the new Firefox UI landing in the Aurora channel, here's some screenshots showing what the new Firefox marked at 29.0a2 looks like on Ubuntu Linux.

Being a big Firefox user myself on my production systems, after writing about the user-interface changes landing in Aurora and the many changes, I decided to try out the updated open-source web-browser.

I did some early tests from the Intel Atom Bay Trail NUC Kit (Intel DN2820FYK) and was pleased with the performance and the enhancements to the graphical user-interface. Embedded below are a couple screenshots for those interested.

Also worth noting is the new Firefox Accounts.

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