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Firemonger 1.5 Released!
December 12th, 2005

The Firemonger project is dedicated to providing an easy to use CD which contains the latest versions of Firefox™ and Thunderbird™. Firemonger 1.5 (December 12th 2005) for Windows contains Firefox™ 1.5, Thunderbird™ 1.0.7 and various themes, selected extensions, plugins, utilities and a beginner's guide.

Some of the new features include:
  • Test Drive Firefox - Launch Firefox from Firemonger, without the need for an installation.
  • Integrated Installations - Launch installations directly from within Firemonger, including Themes and Extensions (Firefox).
  • Multiple Theme & Extensions install
  • All content has been revised
  • Firemonger can check for updates
Firemonger 1.5 comes packaged with:
  • Firefox 1.5
  • Thunderbird 1.07
  • Selected Themes and Extensions
  • Seleted Plugins (Macromedia® Flash®, Macromedia® Shockwave® and Sun® Java®)
  • Selected Utilties (Firetune, Backupfox)
Refer to the full list for more details. A fully functional lite version will be released within a few days (install files will be linked to the web instead of taken from the CD).

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