Today is the day that FireFox 3.0 goes gold and gets unleashed on the public, that is if you haven’t already been trying out the various Release Candidates. Today is also the day that the folks at Mozilla are hoping to set a Guinnes World Record for the most downloads of a piece of software in a 24 hour period ever. Here’s hoping it won’t crash the web. I’m not sure what time the 24 hour period starts, but in addition to getting your hands on the official version, this should be fun to watch. I’ve been using the last couple of RC’s and haven’t seen any issues beyond the add-ons that haven’t been updated yet, but that will come in time.
So, are you going to download FireFox 3.0 today?
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