WordPress 3.3 was just released to the public Monday, December 12, 2011. This major release includes great new features for WordPress users and developers, bug fixes, and tightened security for comments feed.
Some of the highlights include a new way to upload media, widgets that stay where you put them, even if you change themes, and fly-out menus for single-click access to most areas of the dashboard.
According to Matt Mullenweg,
The latest and greatest WordPress includes a new drag-and-drop uploader, hover menus for the navigation, a new toolbar, improved co-editing support, and a new Tumblr importer:
I think you'll dig it.
There is a Troubleshooting WordPress 3.3 – Master List over at the WordPress forums that you should check out too.
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