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Jul 08, 2009, 01:34 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Since however applications and programs are typically installed at the operating system level instead the browser, this doesn’t sound to be such a useful feature, doesn’t it?

"One of the clear advantages of the Mozilla Firefox browser is its huge repository of third party extensions, called “Add-ons“. They are mostly developed by third party developers and provide an easy way to customize and extend the browser according to specific needs. Those additions may be automatically updated like the browser itself, making their maintenance fairly easy and convenient."

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