Lol, and I stopped using it shortly before its birthday. Firefox and Vista don't mix. I'm happier now that I've moved back to Opera/Chrome. It's smoother to play browser games on Opera, and faster to surf for stuff on Chrome.
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I'm at a crossroads with FireFox right now. About a month ago, it started giving me all sorts of crap, after years of loyal usage, even on Vista. I started using Chrome and loved it, but after I upgraded to Win7, I tried FireFox again and it's been working decently. Ironic, because it barely did anything on the RC1.
I use opera too, tried firefox but it was acting wierd on my PC, also tried chrome but it lacks several features that Opera has. Like the buttons when you start a new tab, dunno what they are called in english tho (I know Chrome have buttons and stuff but you cant set them to your own webpages; atleast i don't think so?)
; and the download is much better on Opera. Though, I love the feature of having tabs in the heading in google Chrome.
But I would use anything over Internet Explorer. IE's an epic fail
Originally Posted by Solgryn I know Chrome have buttons and stuff but you cant set them to your own webpages
Actually, you can in a way. It's frustrating that they don't let you just pick what you want on the new tab page (which is why I just disable the buttons altogether) but if you visit a site enough you can thumbtack it to the new tab page or keep it from appearing again.