Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition Released (Firefox on USB), Now Multilingual

For the portable fans out there, Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition has been released. And, as introduced in the release, it's being released in English, German, French and Italian. For the unfamiliar, it's Firefox packaged with a Launcher so you can carry Firefox with you on a USB flash drive, iPod, portable hard drive, or other portable device and use it on any Windows computer you plug into (Windows 98 through Vista as well as Wine under Linux). All your bookmarks, settings, passwords and extensions are self-contained on your device and none of your personal data is left behind.  It's also a great way to demonstrate Firefox's features to friends and family on their own PCs.

We need a little help getting the word out about the new languages as we don't have translated homepages for Italian and French yet (we're still picking translation leads for other languages), so if you speak French or Italian (or German or English, for that matter) and would like to help get the word out, we'd love the help.

As always, Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition is packaged in Format so it easily integrates with the free and open source Suite and can be used to upgrade an existing installation just by installing over it.

You can get it from the Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition homepage. You can get the German release from the German homepage and the French and Italian releases from the Localization page. Get it today!

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