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bahua134015yAgreed. I've been using it since it was called Phoenix. I switched to it from K-Meleon, if that's any indication.
@bahua never heard of both. I guess I'm too young :D
Chromium is sick btw.
And Project Spartan isn't that bad anymore either. - yet not open source I guess
K-Meleon was like 2001/2002, though it looks like they're still maintaining it, which is cool.
Mozilla Phoenix was released in 2002, as a consumer-level alternative to the full Mozilla browser, which is now called SeaMonkey. I was 24. They called it Phoenix for a couple months before changing it to "Mozilla Firebird," and had to change that about a year later, to avoid name contention with an RDBMS of the same name. In 2004(I think), it was officially renamed "firefox," which my friends and I thought was really unusual-sounding. Now it's a household name.
kosimst815yI used to surf with it, but now switched to Opera, as Firefox lacks with implementing new WebStandards and JS Features
Sjoerd1835y@bahua Now the name "Mozilla Thunderbird" makes a lot more sense...
Meadowcottage3When you're browsing web with firefox and accidentally opens new window instead of new tab
kiki11Git. The smallest utility made its way to being the largest companies must-have, the most critical part of t...
whitekoffee28My boss to me: Holy shit dude I think you have very serious case of OCD. Me: :/
To be honest: Firefox.
I use it every day since version 3. And a piece of software which has so much competitors and can withstand my urge to change is my winner