The latest instalment of Firefox’s web browser will include a number of new additions when it launches tomorrow.
The new version will feature updated home and tab screens, allowing users to quickly manage their add-ons, settings, downloads, browsing history and internet tools.
Thumbnails of recently visited sites will also be added to the home page, giving users quick shortcuts to previously seen pages.
Firefox now also supports the Google-backed SPDY protocol, which promises to significantly improve load times for those sites that support it.
Firefox 13 beta is currently available for download, with the final release being released shortly.