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Flock 2's Beta Edition: Good, And Only Getting Better

Last week I wrote about the Flock browser, based on Firefox and a surprise hit with me because of its social-networking integration. The 1.0 version was great, but I was most eager about the 2.0 release, based on the Firefox 3 code and also open source (of course). Wait no longer; here it is.

Last week I wrote about the Flock browser, based on Firefox and a surprise hit with me because of its social-networking integration. The 1.0 version was great, but I was most eager about the 2.0 release, based on the Firefox 3 code and also open source (of course). Wait no longer; here it is.

The beta release of Flock 2 migrates all your existing Flock 1.x settings (or Firefox settings, if you're migrating from that), so I was up and running in seconds after installing the beta. I did have some new bookmarks in my parallel Firefox 3 beta installation that I wanted to use in Flock, so I did an export/import (actually, a backup/restore) and was right where I'd left off.


Flock 3

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Flock 2: Based on Firefox 3. The title of the "My World" page is customizable.

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