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04/21/14 5:06 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 73 Words
However, Mozilla did get a bit shitty last few years... lost support from lots of people because of the constant changes to the browser in a relatively incomprehensible manner. I remember the more glorious days of Mozilla. I really hope, though, they put...
07/02/11 4:44 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 89 Words
I may have to go to another browser if I have to keep searching to find if the addons are still viable.
Mozilla needs to provide the providers of addons a heads up of changes to help them. Or a place...
07/22/11 6:51 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 141 Words
... current paradigm at Mozilla is sheer nonsense. If they are saying it is because of security updates, then they should do the updates with point releases as in the past. Users did not then lose extensions, themes, etc.
07/09/04 12:43 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 64 Words
First, the "flaw" was not a Mozilla flaw per say, it was rather a Mozilla handler that allowed a Microsoft security flaw to be exploited.
Then you kinda fail to note that it took Mozilla 1 day to plug the hole, how long did...
12/17/03 8:30 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 53 Words
... _stable_ branch is very stable. Mozilla on Linux is MUCH more stable than on windows (mostly because this is where the majority of development occours). Also, 1.6 is nearing stable status. So if your experience with mozilla is the earlier 1.x series...
12/16/03 9:56 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 154 Words
... have been reluctant to use Mozilla for a long time as it crashed when ads didn't load and it didn't store its bookmarks as separate files as Internet Explorer has so when it crashed I lost all the websites I saw. I...
12/18/03 1:14 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 50 Words
... know what? Forget about bloating Mozilla even further and instead give me a "Home" button on the standard toolbar and faster load times. Why is Mozilla so much slower than every other browser? I say improve performance first. Until then, I could...
12/17/03 8:08 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 30 Words
... Mozilla bookmarks are stored in an html file in your user directory. On windows that directory is C:\Documents and Settings\my_username If you want your old bookmarks look in:
04/04/14 12:45 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 23 Words
... anyone who disagrees with Mozilla's political positions should leave? OK, didn't know the rule. Deleting Firefox now.
No liberty, no interest.
09/22/08 3:43 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 11 Words
11/27/07 10:30 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 82 Words
Here are the actual numbers from my logs:
06/19/07 6:02 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 75 Words
Sad, even Open source people such as Mozilla foundation chief now resort to marketing and a bit of FUD. (Safari is an OK browser -- Firefox is really good) - Just say both are based on open and free source , which is...
05/22/03 4:59 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 64 Words
... use Mozilla at the office and Apple's Mail program at home. The Mac program is vastly superior. I receive all sorts of the "trickier" spam through Mozilla, while my Mac catches most of what Mozilla misses in addition to virtually EVERYTHING that...
04/15/10 10:04 PM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 60 Words
... user base browser organizations?
You mean like Google and Mozilla?
Yes, Google and Mozilla (as well as Adobe and several other members of the ECIS) joined the complaint.
Small user base?
So as you...
04/21/05 1:52 AM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 554 Words
On the subject of browser vulnerabilities, it is a bit disingenuous to state the higher number of vulnerabilities associated with Mozilla compared to Internet Explorer has much meaning - MSIE after all has been sitting stagnant for years now while Mozilla has been...
09/26/04 3:32 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 269 Words
I have seen many reports of websites reporting increased use of Firefox with small hits to IE - but what other browsers have they affected: Netscape, Mozilla, Opera, MyIE2 etc.
Your "IT" guy's solution to fix the pop up problems are more of...
07/26/04 9:41 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 176 Words
The solution: use Mozilla Firefox ( http://www.getfirefox.com ) for your web browser, instead of Internet Explorer. Not only does it stop adware and spyware from being installed at the source (the web browser), it has a great number of other features like pop-up...
03/15/11 10:32 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 148 Words
... Mozilla Firefox has no speed problem. For example take a look at their 3.6.x releases:
"Mozilla Firefox 3.6.6 Release Notes". Mozilla. 2010-6-26.
"Mozilla Firefox 3.6.7 Release Notes". Mozilla. 2010-7-20.
"Mozilla Firefox 3.6.8 Release Notes". Mozilla. 2010-7-20.
04/07/11 6:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 12 Words
03/09/09 7:33 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 72 Words