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Firefox 36.0 Review

This version changes nothing major in the UI and only some privacy preferences in the options. The Hello button was placed in the navbar after the update even if the user had already removed it. 781 more words


The Age of Freebies

We live in the Age of Free. Not free people, unfortunately, but Free Stuff. There’s more stuff – some very good stuff – you can get… 829 more words


Update to Firefox Review

I learned recently (thanks ghacks.net) that websites can use the WebRTC technology that Firefox uses for Hello to get a visitor’s local IP address. This is different from the more well-know public IP address, which can be disguised using a VPN or Tor. 227 more words


Firefox 35.0 Review

This version update doesn’t really have any significant GUI changes.

See my in depth review here.

Digging around in about:config, I noticed these preferences:

privacy.trackingprotection.enabled… 180 more words


Firefox 34.0.5 Review

Features-levels of useful features measured against those of competitors

Implementation-usefulness of addon; excellence in execution; use of efficient technologies that benefit the user; how well it does the job its developers intended; good ergonomics; quality execution of user interface styling… 1,351 more words


Two web browser buttons I miss

Today web browsers has standardized behavior for navigating back and forward as well as stop loading respectively re-load a page. But there is two buttons I (personally) miss: 226 more words


Firefox vs Chromium

Recently I read some reviews saying the Google Chrome uses a lot of RAM, and some even prefer Firefox on Android rather than Google Chrome. Nonetheless, recently I am using Chromium for browsing more frequently than Firefox. 934 more words