Today, Mozilla decided release the beast into the public and here it is, the second beta for Firefox 3.1. Probably one of the important features of Firefox 3.1 Beta 2 is its private browsing feature, a feature that was missing from Firefox all along. Basically this feature allows you to browse the web without recording personal data, cookies or other traces.
Also, reports show that TraceMonkey, Mozzila’s JS engine performs better than the previous build, which means one thing, speed! Although I’m not a beta tester myself, I can say I can’t wait until the final release of Firefox 3.1 is out.
Download Firefox 3.1 Beta 2 from the official site