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5.0 Beta 1 (May 4, 2011)
I find it annoying to read of those who are expressing displeasure at how Mozilla chooses to number their versions of Firefox. What difference does it make??!! The important thing is: DOES IT WORK??!! And, does it work well?? All of the browsers have come a l-o-n-g way from Kaleidoscope, and we have not had to pay for the countless hours of development that went in to the products. Get a grip, WebWarp. Get a grip, Aegis69. Focus on what is truly important!!! I have been trying Aurora for several weeks now, and am VERY impressed. I trust that Firefox V5 will be the same - if not better- browser.
1.5.1 (Mar 31, 2011)
I've been trying to contact this site for over a week now, without success.
The previous software is excellent. Is it THAT popular, or is there a technical problem?
3.0 (Jun 17, 2008)
I'm sorry to see that,to date,commentary has been faint but damning praise for 3.0 final. I downloaded it at 1:18EDT, and found it a better performer than 3.0 RC2;memory (RAM)usage reasonable AND stable no matter what load. I also found it quicker & more responsive.(FWIWD, I am on hi-speed Internet, running a 6 yr. old PC with 640Mg RAM, 40G HD and 160G external HD.I have also been running IE7 Beta and FF184.108.40.206 Bon Echo, along with Orca.Maxton & Opera went off my list, and Navigator 220.127.116.11 remains my template for user-friendliness.) IMHO, Mozilla has come up with a solid performer in Firefox 3.0 final that will satisfy those of us who want a reliable, responsive browser.
0.7 RC3 (Oct 24, 2007)
The graphics are nice, but the program is slow and klutzy in comparison to other calendar programs. One must wonder at the slow pace of progress for this project vs. other Mozilla projects.
3.0.1 Beta (Jun 15, 2007)
After two attempts to use Safari for Windows, I gave up. There were very few identifications of buttons, lines instead of text... definitely user-hostile.
On my first try, my CPU froze; a de-install and a re-install brought it back, but with no improvement. With two Macs in our family, I am familiar with Safari, but I will not play guessing games as to which button does that, and where is the search, etc.I am returning to FF 18.104.22.168 until Safari becomes less cryptic!
3.0.1 Beta (Aug 18, 2011 - 11:53 AM)
Your negative commentary reflects a bias attitude, a far cry from objective journalism.
I think that it is far too early to dismiss the HP TouchPad, simply because Mr. Conneally doesn't like the feel of the TouchPad. It is also far too early to dismiss the success of the TouchPad because sales are slow. Granted, HP MUST come up with a competitive price and a competitive product in order to successfully compete with the iPad. C'mon, guys. The product has been on the marketplace for all of 2 months. What say we let the average consumer determine whether it is a success or not?
3.0.1 Beta (Jul 17, 2011 - 12:50 PM)
Your suggestions were good. However, I must admit to a degree of frustration when it is suggested that one should use a Windows __ installation disk. My last three (HP) PCs came with the Microsoft OS already installed and partitioned. Once upon a time, this option was just that - an option. Now, pre-installed OSes are becoming the rule rather than the exception. (It's cheaper that way, don't you know?) Unfortunately, us 'pre-installed' customers miss out on some good diagnostics, etc. that often come with the CDs. C'est la guerre.
3.0.1 Beta (May 29, 2011 - 8:48 AM)
Free at last, free at last --- from Windows Vista to Windows 7. I'm not sure why Microsoft's OSes went from good (XP) to terrible (Vista), but they did. Windows 7 is a refreshing change from the convolutions of Vista, and is much more user-friendly than most of its predecessors.
As an aside comment, my hope is that more programs will take advantage of 64-bit computing power, since 40% of all PCs sold last year were 64-bit.
3.0.1 Beta (Mar 31, 2011 - 11:03 AM)
The sky is falling, the sky is falling!! IPv6 is waiting in the wings, and large users are already poised to transition to this mode. Mr. Seltzer is writing to gain headlines, IMHO.
3.0.1 Beta (Jan 10, 2010 - 6:06 PM)
I was going to send my pithy comment: "Jeeesh. Get a life!!! "------------- but a few hundred people have already beaten me to it! Sorry, Mr. Wilcox. You REALLY need to back away from opinionating. Your previous :"XX Reasons why you should buy Windows 7" (or was it 10 reasons why you should not use Vista???) was annoying enough, but your Nexus One putdown was even more insipid.
Yes..... Get A Life, Mr. Wilcox.