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-<h2 id="downloadrelease"><a href="/downloads/">Download NetSurf&nbsp;3.3</a></h2>
+<h2 id="downloadrelease"><a href="/downloads/">Download NetSurf&nbsp;3.4</a></h2>
<li><a href="/downloads/riscos/">For RISC&nbsp;OS</a></li>
<li><a href="/downloads/gtk/">For Linux</a></li>
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<h2 id="news">Latest news</h2>
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+<dt><a href="/downloads/">NetSurf 3.4 released</a> <span>17 Feb 2016</span></dt>
+<dd>NetSurf 3.4 features many optimisations to improve performance over previous releases. It also contains many bug fixes, including improvements to page layout. This is also the first release to contain the <a href="">Duktape</a> JavaScript engine. While our JavaScript bindings have seen a lot of development for this release, JavaScript remains disabled by default as the support is incomplete. We recommend all users upgrade to NetSurf 3.4.</dd>
<dt><a href="">Codethink sponsored development</a> <span>12 Feb 2016</span></dt>
<dd>Over the last couple of weeks Michael has been able to work full time on NetSurf, and more particularly, its LibDOM and LibCSS components. At <a href="">Codethink</a> there is an arrangement whereby engineers may fill time between projects by making contributions to certain open source projects. A <a href="">write-up of the work done</a> has been posted to our mailing list. Thanks Codethink!</dd>
<dt><a href="">Developer weekend</a> <span>04 Nov 2015</span></dt>
<dd>Some of NetSurf's developers met up at <a href="">Codethink</a>'s office in Manchester. The main focus of the event was to make some progress on JavaScript event handling. In additon, much time was spent squashing bugs. For more details, see Vince's <a href="">write-up</a>.</dd>
-<dt><a href="">Development builds now using Duktape</a> <span>12 Aug 2015</span></dt>
-<dd>We have replaced the old version of SpiderMonkey that we used to use as our JavaScript engine with <a href="">Duktape</a>, a lightweight engine which is more in keeping with NetSurf's goals. While we're testing our new JavaScript implementation we are forcing it on all the time in development builds. We'll return the &quot;JavaScript Enabled&quot; option to being choices-controlled when we're happy we're back to feature/stability parity.</dd>
<p class="more"><a href="/about/news" class="seemore">See more news</a></p>
-<h2 id="features">NetSurf 3.3 features</h2>
+<h2 id="features">NetSurf 3.4 features</h2>
-<p>NetSurf 3.3 is available for: RISC OS; Linux and other UNIX-like systems; Mac OS X; and AmigaOS 4.</p>
+<p>NetSurf 3.4 is available for: RISC OS; Linux and other UNIX-like systems; AmigaOS 4; and more.</p>