Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 31st May 2008 18:25 UTC, submitted by Jaikrishnan Janardhanan
Benchmarks The first webpage was served off a NeXTcube at CERN, Switzerland, developed by Tim Berners-Lee. He also wrote the first web browser, confusingly named WorldWideWeb - the world of web browsers has come a long way since then, more or less turning into a platform of their own. This puts increasing pressure on web browsers to be really really good pieces of software, and as such, ZDnet has a 7-page comparison of the world's major web browsers, comparing Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, and Safari.
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RE: opera 9.50 -> ff3
by mmebane on Sun 1st Jun 2008 01:15 UTC in reply to "opera 9.50 -> ff3"
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Tab Mix Plus will let you change pretty much everything you want about tab behavior, although the FF3-supporting version is still in beta. If you want to try it, you can get it from here:

You can display all bookmarks with Bookmarks menu -> Organize Bookmarks. It is improved from FF2, but I think it still needs a little more work.

And you can get gestures with FireGestures:

Still doesn't fix the back-button-reloads thing, though.

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RE[2]: opera 9.50 -> ff3
by Moochman on Sun 1st Jun 2008 08:34 in reply to "RE: opera 9.50 -> ff3"
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Another possibility for viewing all your bookmarks which might be even nicer for an Opera user is to hunt down and create a shortcut to your "bookmarks.html" file in your user profile (under Windows XP with hidden files turned on under C:\Documents and Settins\_your_user_name\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\_some_random_letters&numbers\, under Mac OS X under /_your_user_name/Library/Application Support/Firefox/Profiles/_some_random_letters&numbers/). Then you can view your bookmarks as a nice HTML list of links (albeit without being able to edit them).

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