Mozilla.org released milestone 0.9 yesterday, inching ever closer to its goal of a feature complete, standards compliant, open source web browser.

The 0.9 milestone release is mostly a performance release with some significant rewrites in a couple of spots. Some of the biggest changes you'll notice:

The final beta milestone is expected to hit by the end of May. Any release after 0.9.1 could be the official 1.0 release of Mozilla if things go well. So download a copy and use the talkback feature to report the remaining bugs! You can download either from mozilla.org, or find a copy for your platform in the browser archive.