When the Mozilla Corporation updated its web browser (Firefox) from version 28 to 29, I stopped using Firefox.
I quickly made the decision due to the inability to use the never ending array of add-ons (extensions and themes) I had once installed.
Among other reasons I’m not going to reveal here in this post.
What I would like to express, I’m now once again a Firefox user.
With many improvements to the latest version release (version 31), Mozilla has gained back a lost user.
And this is why I’m writing this post entry.
Firefox has the best add-on database on the web, it is faster, easier to manage, best of all, Firefox is free.
There is a mission.
Read the Mozilla Manifesto to learn even more about the values and principles that guide the pursuit of our mission.
Add-ons. That is to put it mildly. If you’re not a Firefox user, you may want to give it try.
I can express the ingenuity of this product without prejudice.
Firefox can be downloaded in many languages and your language may be available.
What can the Firefox web browser do for you?
Do you have a “blog”? The vast array of add-ons can assist you in your blogging needs!
Are you a web developer? The vast array of add-ons can assist you in your web developing needs!
Perhaps you’re an artist; the vast array of add-ons can assist you in your artistic needs!