Yesterday, Mozilla released an incremental upgrade to it's popular browser Firefox 3.6. Even though this is a small upgrade there are numerous changes, which they detail in their blog post. First, it's over 20 percent faster than the previous upgrade. Second, it includes better support for plug ins with a plugin updater. Firefox 3.6 has increased support for HTML5 which also paves the way for increased independence of plugins like Flash. It also makes it buttons and objects with gradients easier to code using CSS. Check out the Mozilla's blog post for all the detailed changes. Also, ArsTechnica provides a in-depth review of this new version.
This incremental upgrade follows Mozilla's desire to have more frequent smaller release instead of less frequent major version releases. If you have not already, download the update and try it out.