Mozilla has let loose the JaegerMonkey engine, enabled hardware graphics acceleration on Windows and Mac. Whats more is the exciting new integrated Sync with the Panorama/”Tab Candy” that looks great.
Mozilla says their JaegerMonkey compiler, combined with their other improvements, brings new bar of performance to Firefox 4 being powered by a great page rendering engine. Their chart of three benchmark tests, shows what looks like some serious improvements over Firefox 3.x:
In addition to the raw code and horsepower additions, Mozilla also notes the inclusion of hardware-based graphics acceleration in this beta, along with more obvious integration of previous experiments like Sync, Pannorama, and App Tabs.
Watch the performance improvments in the video:
Firefox 4 is available for Windows, Mac, Linux, go ahead and download it.