"I used to love Firefox. I'm an old Linux user that ran Mozilla
on the Red Hat Linux desktop that kept me efficient while I was
working for a dot-com before the bust. Back then I had to manage a
Windows and Linux network with some AIX thrown in, so being able to
run Linux was a life-saver, and having a decent browser like
Mozilla didn't hurt.
"...And then... well, something happened. Firefox became so
focused on being a "platform" that it seemed to forget one of the
main reasons people wanted to use it: speed. A fresh install of
Firefox is fast. But if you start installing add-ons that goes
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