Mozilla Firefox removed the status bar / page load progress bar /download status bar from the newest version Firefox 4. I have no idea why they did it, but unfortunately they removed the status bar from Firefox 4. The reason most probably is to give more space to the content of the website rather than toolbars. I used to love it, and it was kind of help that you could determine that how much is the website loaded.
Firefox 4, the new version of Firefox released on 22nd March, got 7.1 million downloads worldwide in 24 hours. So, if someone asks, How many times Firefox 4 was downloaded in 24hours? You got the answer, its 7.1 million. But still wasn’t good enough to break the record of its predecessor Firefox 3. A year ago Firefox 3 came out and made its way to Genesis Book of Record with the highest downloads of 8 million in 24 hours.
Mozilla Firefox 4 which was released yesterday has revamped totally. The outlook of firefox 4 is better and quite improved one which give more space for the websites to be displayed. The tabs are neat and clean, and the browser it self is quite fast from the previous version. The best part in it, is the HTML5 support. Firefox 4 also support the new WebGL technology for embedding rich media into websites.
Mozilla Firefox is the only browser on Windows platform which broke the backbone of Microsoft in the browser industry. Firefox was liked and loved by people all over the world and later Microsoft had to include the option for user choice of web browser while installing Windows 7. Mozilla Firefox 4, the newer version is scheduled to release tomorrow, i.e. 22nd March 2011, but here’s a hand-on to it before release date.