Mozilla has released the Firefox 3 Beta 2. As expected, this release is more about polishing the long list of features and improvements introduced during the previous nine milestones (eight alphas and a beta). But, as usual, there’s room for some noticeable changes.
Between Beta 1 and Beta 2, the location bar (informally called the “awesome bar”) became almighty. Where Beta 1 introduced the ability to search the entered terms not only in the history web addresses but anywhere in web addresses and not also in the History but bookmarks and bookmark titles and tags, Beta 2 focuses on how to make this information easier for the user to scan and identify what he’s looking for.