"After a long period of development and beta testing, the final
'gold' version of Firefox 1.0 was released on Nov. 9--and the
computer press has largely hailed this new competitor to
Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser with praise suitable for the
Second Coming of Christ.
"I hate to interrupt all this lovey-dovey, huggy-wuggy stuff,
but Firefox isn't a perfect superset of IE's features. I'm a great
advocate of Windows users switching from IE to Firefox, as I made
clear in this space on July 20, when the insurgent browser was
still in beta testing. But erstwhile IE users will run into a few,
um, issues when they switch to the new kid on the block. I want to
tell you today what those glitches are--and, more importantly, how
to fix them so Firefox works for you..."
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