Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 23rd Oct 2006 21:04 UTC, submitted by Manuel FLURY
Mozilla & Gecko clones The Mozilla Foundation has released version 2.0 of their Firefox webbrowser to their ftp site. The release notes are not yet updated, so you'll have to do with the release notes for the third release candidate, which will probably not differ all that much from the final notes.
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Phloptical
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2006-10-10

If you're going to comment on app performance, try listing some proof. If you're going to make bullsh*t statements based on your bullsh*t thinking, try backing it up. There's benchmark apps out there, try using a few of them you lazy phuks.

Also, in case you hadn't noticed, Firefox is OSS. If you don't like how the software is operating, download the source and modify it since you obviously have a better grasp of programming than the developer community does.

A world with Firefox is still better than a world without. It forced MS to upgrade IE and conform (somewhat) to net standards. Choice is always needed.

Personally, I'd sacrifice the few milliseconds of startup time so as to not have to use IE. Doesn't bother me one bit.

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