After a premature showing on Tuesday, Mozilla has officially released version 2.0 of its Firefox web browser. The official version—the U.S. English one for Windows, at least—is the very same that popped up on Mozilla’s FTP servers on Tuesday, and it’s also the same build that was released as Firefox 2.0 Release Candidate 3 last week. As before, the new browser brings enhancements like a new visual interface, phishing protection, better tabbed browsing, better RSS feed support, and built-in spell checking. Release notes for the official 2.0 release can be viewed here, and the browser can be downloaded from Mozilla’s main Firefox page. Mozilla has also revamped its Firefox add-ons and support sites for the occasion.