Download Firefox 4.0 Final Now a Day Early

Firefox 4.0 may not be facing an official release until tomorrow, but the folks at Mozilla have put it in the can and it's ready for the mass market.

The download will be funneling through the official channels tomorrow as the mirrors get set up, but the final file is sitting on Mozilla's FTP right this moment. For early adopters who love to have new stuff before everyone else, you can grab it from the links below:

Firefox for Windows

Firefox for Mac

Firefox for Linux

Firefox for Linux 64-bit

Marcus Yam
Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • captaincharisma
    you know i tried the beat and found some websites (especially this one) load slow. so i switched to opera till the beta was over but even in this final version no improvement so i am sticking with opera

    also i didn't download it firefox just updated from RC1 to the final version for me
  • Snipergod87
    I'm going to wait so my everything (add-on's) dont break.
  • saymi
    The browser downloaded it automaticly for me.
  • LuckyDucky7
    And now it's time to redo that benchmark you did yesterday, eh?
  • webmastir
  • firefox never looked so good......


    throw adblock and noscript onto your firefox and it's load in next to no time, if it dont then there's something funny happening that u need to get to the bottom of
  • dogman_1234
    Love it! :D
  • davewolfgang
    I hope the sites aren't too bogged down by the time I get home from work tonight.
  • aaron88_7
    Just like Adobe, another of 1000 updates and I can't tell the fucking difference from before
  • iamtheking123
    aaron88_7Just like Adobe, another of 1000 updates and I can't tell the fucking difference from beforeCheck your license, does it also say you're legally blind?

    Anyhoo, love FF 4. Some less important addons are broken yeah, but I've been using since the early betas and have seen more and more compatibility updates as the release date approached.