firefox is good but lately isn't that good i believe it will return as we all know Excellent!!!
so now iam using Opera its great and I'll wait for new Firefox full 3.7 !!
how about creepy IE ?
hope they improve it soon because last one is Err...!!!
[citation][nom]chechak[/nom]firefox is good but lately isn't that good i believe it will return as we all know Excellent!!! so now iam using Opera its great and I'll wait for new Firefox full 3.7 !!how about creepy IE ? hope they improve it soon because last one is Err...!!![/citation]
Gotta agreed. With the exception of CAD,Photo/vid editing and games, Fire Fox uses most of my RAM. More so than Chrome, IE, Explorer, and Word ,etc. I do have 6GB+ but I do wish it was more RAM conservetive as I have a lot of tabs running at once some times and a few times, I manage to make Fire Fox eat up ~600MB of my RAM!
That's nice and all, but it's not like some of us were running that way back when the 3.6 beta was announced for download. I would *still* be running Minefield/3.7a1 pre, except that just last week it updated to 3.7a2 pre...
[citation][nom]tomtompiper[/nom]I suppose even though it is an interim build "3.7" Tom's will use it as a new browser, letting IE6 gain second spot on the list???????[/citation]
Oh hey! How much you want to bet that if FF was included with Windows that FF would be #1? And again, people would actually have a more secure browser from the start over IE...programmers won't have to find stupid work-arounds for getting ALL PRIOR VERSIONS OF IE TO FUNCTION PROPERLY...and I could go on...and on...and on...and on............
Wow. There's somebody doing all the "-1" thing again.
@mayne92: Then it would be renamed as Microsoft Firefox instead. Honestly, I'm quite disappointed with Firefox's performance lately. I've been using this since version 1. Maybe I still can't get over with the numerous crashes I encountered from FF 3.5.
[citation][nom]Shadow703793[/nom]This is truly late news man.[/citation]
Not according to Mozilla it isn't, they published the news yesterday. It's here (as are the working download links): https://developer.mozilla.org/devnews/index.php/2010/02/10/mozilla-developer-preview-gecko-1-9-3a1-available-for-download/