04 The final stable build of Firefox 11 arrives today

Little more than two months after Mozilla's final build of its "Firefox 10" web browser came out, the official stable version of FireFox 11 is now right on our doorstep with the launch taking place a little later today.

Little more than two months after Mozilla's final build of its "Firefox 10" web browser came out, the official stable version of FireFox 11 is now right on our doorstep with the launch taking place a little later today.

The final build of FireFox 11 will bring with it a fair chunk of new features and performance improvements including support for the SPDY protocol, meaning that all pages are loaded on SSL with SPDY resulting in speedier and more secure attributes.

Some other additions include built-in migration tools to make it much easier to port bookmarks and preferences across from Google's Chrome browser, a new Add-On Synchronization tool allowing users to synchronize add-ons between sync'd PCs, a stack of more useful developer-oriented tools and last but certainly not least, the inclusion of Adobe Flash support on devices running Android 2.3 and earlier. Mozilla has said that Flash support will arrive for Android 3.0+ running devices in a later release.

Keep an eye out here for the stable build of Firefox 11 folks. It will likely pop up within the next 8 hours or so.