Desktop Snapshots are work-in-progress builds that are available for anyone to download and test. Try new desktop browser features and fixes before anyone else!
New Quick Commands features and Speed Dials changes.
You have been very patient waiting for a new snapshot, so here it is with a bunch of new features and fixes!
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 3.6 for desktop and notebooks.
This snapshot includes a few small fixes before we move on to release candidate status (likely the following snapshot).
This snapshot continues with stabilization. The focus being on issues with tabs, follow the recent major changes.
This snapshot starts the process of stabilization. There will be no further features for 3.6 but please remind us of outstanding regressions since 3.5 stable.
This snapshot is full of improvements and fixes for Configurable menus (Download and Window panels), Notes and Tabs, plus tons of Technical Preview updates.
Today’s snapshot enables Two-level tab stacks for all (they are no longer behind an experiment) and bumps our Chromium backend to 88.
Today’s snapshot has an interesting feature for those following the Technical Preview of RSS, YouTube feed support.
Today’s snapshot includes our new Two-Level Tab Stacks, even more configurable menu options, and lots of regression fixes.
Today’s snapshot provides an alternative way for our Mail Technical Preview users to connect to GMail.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 3.5 for desktop and notebooks.