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Firefox 18 brings improvements, Retina support to Macs

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Those of you who prefer Firefox for your desktop web browser will be happy to know that Mozilla has just pushed out Firefox 18 for OS X. The latest version of the browser includes a variety of fixes and updates. However, the most immediately noticable (for those of you with the latest MacBook Pros, anyway) will be the new, full Retina display support.

The latest update also might appeal to web gamers, as the browser now supports faster JavaScript performance via the IonMonkey compiler. Another little bonus is preliminary support for WebRTC.

You can read the full release notes here. Then hit up this link for the direct download.

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