Even with the advent of Google Chrome, which provides sleeker and faster internet browsing experience, I was still using Mozilla Firefox as my main browser.
There are just important and useful addons in Firefox that I can’t find in Chrome. If there are counterpart functions or extensions, the same leave a lot of things to be desired. Worse, they even bring problems than solutions.
Now that Firefox 4.0 is here, Mozilla claims it is 6 times faster. I hope it really is, before I’ll start longing for Chrome’s marvelous speed.
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Firefox 4 Introduction Video from JESS3 on Vimeo.
This 60-second video produced by JESS3 showcases Mozilla’s latest browser launch, Firefox 4. The video highlights the new browser and its features, including a fresh user-interface, more customization and personalization features, and a faster browsing experience than ever before.
Using advanced digital-animation techniques, the video simulates a papercraft production. Vibrant visuals, coupled with the lively original soundtrack and personable voice over, educate viewers about the non-profit’s latest launch.
Other features I’m really looking forward to are Pin as App Tab and
Group Tabs Panorama. Hope they really do deliver on their promised improvements.
Aside: What are the Firefox addons that I find most useful?
- Web Developer;
- Firefox Sync;
What about you? Are you already converted to Google Chrome? Or are you still stuck with the old, obsolete, and outdated stock browser called “Internet Explorer”?
DISCLAIMER: I don’t hate Internet Explorer that much, because it is most useful to me in downloading Firefox and Google Chrome.
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