Just a few weeks after the final release of Firefox 4, Mozilla released final build of Firefox 5, which is now available via company’s ftp servers and expected to be available officially on June 21, as scheduled. Unlike previous builds, Firefox 5 has undergone a faster development and I think Mozilla is trying to be like Google’s approach in Chrome for releasing updates and new versions.
Mozilla’s plan don’t stop at the 5th version of Firefox, the company revealed that Firefox 4, 5, 6 and 7 will be released in the 2011 calendar year with new features and security enhancements.
Though it is uncertain that what new features Mozilla’s plans for upcoming build of Firefox, features such as Home Tab instead of Home button, in-built PDF reader as in Chrome, improved security and sharing feature, improved video integration as well as the performance of plug-ins and add-ons may be included in the coming builds.
Firefox 5 Final officially available for download (Windows, Mac, and Linux) in various languages at here (after official announcement) or you can directly download it from their ftp servers.