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After introducing scoped stylesheets, health reports (lets you know how well your browser is performing how you can improve), a 3-state do-not-track option (no comment, track me, don’t track me) and a social API (integration of social providers content to a firefox sidebar), now comes Firefox 22.

Firefox 22 is out with WebRTC (a real-time communication component that allows for plugin-free voice calls, video chats and file sharing across the web), HiDPI support for Windows machines with high resolution displays and OdinMonkey.  OdinMonkey is Mozilla’s asm.js optimization module for Firefox’s JavaScript engine which improves gaming capabilities without needing extra plugins, and allows engines such as Epic’s Unreal Engine 3 to work in the browser.


Firefox 22 has been tested by the SAP NetWeaver Test Center. For details on Firefox support and limitations:

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