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Thunderbird Ups the Email Ante

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linux-mag.com: After far too long in development, Thunderbird 3.0 seems to be nearing the home stretch. We take a look at the latest test builds for Thunderbird 3.0 beta 4. Is it worth the wait?

Firefox is Zapping my Happy Linux Buzz

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blog.linuxtoday.com: I've never been much of a Firefox fan, but I am very happy for its success and I use it a lot. I have to. But it has some quirks that some days make me want to slap Firefox silly.

Mozilla Speeds Firefox Updates

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computerworlduk.com: Mozilla has switched to a quick-paced "sprint" cycle for Firefox that it hopes will bring new features to users faster, the company's browser architect said today.

Display Clocks In Thunderbird

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ghacks.net: One add-on that I do not want to live without anymore is the Fox Clocks add-on. I recently discovered that the add-on is also compatible with Thunderbird.

Thunderbird Quick Folders

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ghacks.net: There are basically two types of desktop email software users. Type one uses one huge folder for all emails while type 2 neatly sorts emails into subfolders for better manageability.

Top 5 Firefox Add-Ons For Soccer Fans

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epltalk.com: Other than how easier it is to use and how fast it is, one of the reasons web users love Firefox is because of their massive library of add-ons. So since we’re all soccer fans, I thought I’d share five favorite Firefox add-ons — and they’re all free.

Firefox 3.5.3

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ghacks.net: The Mozilla Firefox have already started spreading the latest Firefox version with the version number of 3.5.3 to the official mirror servers. This usually means that the next Firefox update is imminent.

IE tumbles, Firefox regains market share mojo

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computerworld.com: Last month, Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer posted its largest market share loss since November 2008, while Firefox reaped nearly all the benefit, Web metrics company Net Applications said today.

Firefox 4.0 goes Chrome, will arrive with new UI in Q4 2010

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tgdaily.com: Mozilla recently updated its product roadmap through 2010. According to the first draft, the current browser will see a minor update in Q4 2009 as well as Q2 2010. Version 4.0 is headed for an October or November 2010 release.

Five Features We Want to See in Firefox

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lifehacker.com: It's no secret that Firefox has long been our favorite browser, but much has changed recently. The browser landscape is increasingly competitive, so with that in mind, we'd like to suggest a few features and improvements we're desperate to see from Firefox.

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