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My review of Firefox 4

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  • My review of Firefox 4
  • Firefox 4 Has Already Become More Popular Than IE9
  • Firefox 4 Review Round-Up: Critics Weigh In
  • Firefox 4: at a glance

Benchmark battle: Chrome vs. IE vs. Firefox

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cnet.com: CNET put the latest stable versions of Firefox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer through a gauntlet of benchmarks that considered JavaScript and HTML5 performance, as well as boot times and memory usage.

4 reasons to love Firefox 4

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  • Four reasons to love Firefox 4
  • Firefox 4 Secures HTTPS
  • Firefox 4 Offers Enhanced Security
  • 5 Awesome Updates to Firefox 4
  • With Firefox 4 and Opera, It's Raining Browsers

Firefox 4 Gains Features, Loses Charm

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  • Firefox 4 Gains Features, Loses Charm
  • we're upgrading the web
  • Firefox infographic – The road leading up to Firefox 4
  • About Firefox 4

Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox in HTML5 Duel

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eweek.com: Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox's latest Web browser versions include increased support for the HTML5 Web programming language.

11 Must-Have Add-Ons for Firefox 4

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  • 11 Must-Have Add-Ons for Firefox 4
  • Asa Dotzler: why we do what we do how we do
  • Old Add-ons not working on Firefox 4? Workaround
  • IE9 vs Chrome 10 vs Firefox 4 vs Opera 11.01 vs Safari 5 - The BIG browser benchmark

Firefox 4- needs polish

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  • Firefox 4- needs polish
  • Why Firefox 4 Is Winning the Browser Battle
  • Firefox Four: Day One

What To Expect In Firefox 5 & Firefox 6?

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  • What To Expect In Firefox 5 & Firefox 6?
  • Why I Think All Browsers Will Survive
  • Ars reviews Firefox 4
  • Why Firefox WILL survive
  • Firefox 4 Sync step-by-step
  • Firefox 3.6.16 and 3.5.18 security updates available

Firefox 4 Nears 6 Million Downloads as Browser Wars Heat Up

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pcworld.com: Mozilla Firefox 4 is off to a good start with nearly 6 million downloads about 24 hours after the new browser officially launched, according to a Mozilla site that tracks Firefox 4 downloads. The number puts to shame Microsoft's recent boast that Internet Explorer received 2.35 million downloads within its first day of availability.

Why IE will survive and Firefox won't

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  • Why Internet Explorer will survive and Firefox won't
  • Firefox 4 — More Than a Great Browser
  • Browser Speed Tests: Firefox 4, IE9, Chrome 11 And More
  • Mozilla’s real-time view of Firefox 4 downloads
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5 Signs That Show You’re a Linux Geek

While Linux is certainly very easy to use, there are some activities surrounding it that are seen as more complex than others. While they can be all be avoided easily enough, they do have a certain, geeky appeal. How many of them do you follow? Read more

Top 5 best rising Linux distros in 2017

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