This week, Mozilla has released an update to Firefox 18 that fixes stability issues and the developers of the unofficial Waterfox fork have delivered a version for Windows users who want a 64-bit version of the browser. In the meantime, a controversial and unpublished study from Microsoft and HP claimed that the City of Munich’s migration to Linux had cost the taxpayer a lot more money than officially announced.
- Mozilla stabilises Firefox 18
- Waterfox 18 finally arrives for 64-bit Windows users
- Microsoft study: Linux migration cost Munich â‚¬60.7 million