OK, so Firefox 3.5 isn't out yet, but the industrious hackers in the Mozilla project are already plotting and scheming for the release after that, 3.6. Codenamed "Namoroka", 3.6 will focus on a number of areas including performance. "Common user tasks should feel faster and more responsive" says the roadmap -- pretty vague at present, but no doubt we'll see more details of the actual implementation soon.
Other goals for 3.6:
- Customisation - Simpler extension retrieval and installation
- Task-based navigation - Organise tabs, download, history etc. by the current job the user is working on
- Web app support - Blurring the lines between web pages and desktop apps
- System integration - Make better use of OS resources such as dictionaries
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