Firefox 3 First Look
May 19, 2008, 15:45 (3 Talkback[s])
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"I've loved Firefox since version 0.93. It was so much better
than Internet Explorer and the other alternatives that I couldn't
imagine using anything else. But, then Firefox's memory leaks went
from annoying me to ticking me off; I started having real stability
problems with it on both Windows and Linux; and security holes
started appearing far more often. I was about to switch to Safari
on Windows and MacOS and Konqueror on Linux, when Mozilla got
serious about not just fixing, but rebuilding Firefox. Now, Firefox
3 release candidate 1 was released early. Based on my quick look at
it, I may end up sticking with Firefox after all.
"I downloaded Firefox 3 RC 1 yesterday for both my Windows XP
SP3 system and one of my openSUSE 10.3 PCs. Both are up-to-day
systems without any problems. Installing the browser on both
operating systems was a snap. How easy was it? I installed them at
the same time with barely a thought..."