Monday marks the 10th anniversary of Firefox 1.0 and to celebrate Mozilla is rolling out new features, as well as a developer-centric version of its web browser.

The earliest release of the web browser that would become Firefox actually launched in Sept. 2002. It would be two more years before Firefox 1.0 became public, but within a month, more than 10 million downloads of the browser would be registered and its arrival would be celebrated with a full-page ad in the New York Times.

It’s funny to think about how different the web browser landscape was just a decade ago. Apple’s Safari was in its infancy and Internet Explorer was the dominant browser on the market. …

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