Woke up this morning and had a discussion with a couple friends regarding PC performance and sluggishness. So figured it was time to review technojunkyard’s library list of tools we use to perform a clean up of a poorly performing system and do a write up on any new ones that may have come on the scene as well. (more…)
Firefox 29 ships with an interface redesign called Australis, a new customization mode that goes along with it, and a redesigned Firefox Sync synchronization feature that is incompatible with the old.
Jared Wein of Mozilla blogged last month about a new feature he was developing for Firefox 14 called “click-to-play”. The idea is to block the default loading of plugins like Java and Flash when surfing to reduce the memory footprint and provide protection against exploitation of plugin vulnerabilities.
After the successful release of Firefox 10 earlier this week, Mozilla released today updates to its Aurora and Beta versions that introduce some pretty hefty changes for the Firefox on PCs. (more…)
The latest version of the Browser, is out Now! Expectations are set high for Firefox 10.0 as it brings more new and advanced features to the Browser wars. (more…)
Mozilla Firefox 4 Beta 10 Fixes.
Firefox pushed out another BETA release also being cited as a Release Candidate, the list below covers all of the fixes in this latest push. Since Mozilla is calling it a Release Candidate they likely are ontrack to hit their target release date of January 31, 2012.
Recent speculation had it that Google was attempting to KILL off the competition by funding reports that showed Google’s Chrome browser at the top of the Browser War’s.
Google-funded study finds Firefox least secure browser, Chrome the best | Naked Security.
Well after long consideration and many suggesting I make the move to chrome. This article did the job. I’ve moved chrome on to a couple of my production boxes and will start moving with that. I have long been a supporter of Firefox but after reading about the security issues it’s been having as of late verses even Internet Explorer? I fear it will soon go the way of Netscape. So time to make a move in advance of that. I’m still testing their version 9.0 software and I do like it and it’s sync but if they can’t come up to snuff on Security as well as obtain some decent funding. I fear they will be left behind.