Wednesday, May 26, 2004

Review: Mozilla FireFox

Review: Mozilla FireFox

After much prodding I finally installed firefox last night. What a pleasure. It is fast, supports tabs, and is free. I have stopped using Netscape Navigator years ago, and was not entirely happy with mozilla either. Both seemed somewhat bloated and sluggish. FireFox is a lean download that installs just the browser. And the browser is both fast to start up and to actually load pages. Opera, obviously, is also a popular choice, but it is not free.

In my opinion, Firefox combines the the speed and sleekness of Opera with the price of zero. Good choice any day.


At 4:23 PM, Blogger Mrlen said...

I'm a big fan of the freely-available Avant browser. It uses Internet Explorer for page rendering, but adds support for tabbed browsing and for pop-up blocking. An excellent choice for those who do not want to deal with the potential inconvenience of using a non-Microsoft browser. With that said, FireFox is definitely on my list of top browser choices.


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