Mozilla's rapid release schedule for its Firefox browser means there's always a new version just around the corner. To wit, almost immediately after rolling out Firefox 10 to the masses, Mozilla has made available the first build of Firefox 11 on its Beta channel. Firefox 11 makes it easier than ever to switch from Chrome, and if that's what you want to do, Mozilla's latest build will happily migrate your bookmarks, history, and cookies over from Google's browser.
With Mozilla inking a new search referral agreement with Google and with one report pegging the three-year deal as high as $900 million, it has nothing to worry about as far as its financial security is concerned. This generous replenishment of its coffers couldn’t have come at a better time as financial uncertainty is not something Mozilla can afford at a time when its position in the browser market is under threat from Chrome. It can now use this added financial security to focus on making Firefox a better browser. One area it can improve in is the sync feature, which currently does not support syncing of add-ons.