44.0.1 (Feb 9, 2016)
I'd give FF a -1 rating if I could. I'd been using FF as my default browser for years until FF 43.0 came along. I installed 43 on my four computers expecting FF performance that I've been used to. All I got from the new FF versions was stuttering performance that ended up with FF freezing on all computers. I went back an installed pre-43.0 versions and their performance was just as bad.
So, I uninstalled FF and went back to Google Chrome and SlimJet. Both are working fine. I just installed 41.0.1 and got the same crappy performance and freezing. After so many years with FF, I'm at a loss to understand what happened. Has anyone else out there had the same problem?
43.0 Beta 8 (Dec 18, 2015)
I recently upgraded from FF 42.0 to FF 43.0 from Freeware files. I found that my computer was working extremely slow after installation. Since I never had a problem with any FF versions over the years, I didn't suspect that FF 43.0 was the problem. As I was about to do a system restore, I reinstalled FF 42.0 and what a difference. Once again, my home page loaded quickly and page rendering was up to snuff once again. I'm running on a Lenovo G50-70 laptop with the intel i5 processor. My laptop is less than a year old. Anyone else have the same problem with FF 43.0?
7.2.0.0722 (Aug 10, 2015)
I went to oldapps.com and found Foxit 5.3 For me it's just fine. I don't like or need all of the junk on the newer versions, as my PDF nedds are simple.
4.2.4 (Aug 10, 2015)
Simply very good. Using Win 10.
7.0.3 (Aug 2, 2015)
Fiddled with it for about an hour and came to the conclusion that it's simply awful, but fast.
7.0.3 (Feb 17, 2011 - 4:33 AM)
In a word, no! In two words, No!, No!
7.0.3 (Jun 15, 2008 - 1:47 PM)
I've been using opera 9.50 "final" for a couple of days. Surely, this can't be a final. It won't even load my home page on startup. To get it going I have to click on another bookmark. I'm going back to 9.27 and will wait for FF3 on June 17th.
7.0.3 (Jul 26, 2005 - 12:40 PM)
Tried it and it's not nearly as good as google free earth. In fact it's pretty cheesy.
7.0.3 (Apr 22, 2005 - 3:59 PM)
Of course, another corporate kiss-ass Republican, who will do what dollar signs tell them to do.
I hope he gets sucked up in a tornado.