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The new Firefox has some improvements for developers, because he now has a new developer toolbar feature, located at the bottom edge of the browser. When activated, it allows the user using Shift+F2 or via the menu to access all developer tools, Firefox has to offer. In addition, a new command line is included to ensure that the individual tools can be directly controlled. Various elements such as titles or consoles can be viewed with a simple click. Furthermore, the possibilities are open, catch directly to view and inspect specific items. Thus edited CSS, adjust window in size and you can also access cookies. Even the integrated debugger and the 3D view can be controlled easily.
While the changes were minimal in the previous release and minor for end users, Firefox 7 will include some important changes. One of the major improvements is to affect the performance of Firefox and reduce the memory footprint of the browser significantly. In this optimized memory management of Firefox 7 the memory footprint of the browser should be reduced compared to earlier versions by up to 50 percent. This should also stabilize the browser to prevent dropouts that occurred sporadically in the past, when the system was overloaded.