Mozilla uploaded a few hours ago, October 29, the final bits of the Mozilla Firefox 25.0 web browser for all supported platforms, including Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X.
While Mozilla is still offering the 24 version on its website, it will officially announce the brand new Mozilla Firefox 25 web browser later today. However, if you can't wait, you can download the final version right now (see download link at the end of the article) from the official Mozilla FTP servers.
Among the changes brought by Mozilla Firefox 25.0, we can mention support for Web Audio, the Find Bar is no longer shared between tabs, users will be able to migrate another browser's settings and history when away from Firefox for months, and resetting the browser will no longer clear your browsing session.
Moreover, support for CSS3 background-attachment:local has been added to control background scrolling, several new ES6 functions have been implemented, iframe document content can now be specified inline, and fixes blank or missing web page thumbnails when opening a new tab.