24.7.2 (Sep 12, 2014)
An excellent browser and I hope it stays that way.
32.0 (Sep 4, 2014)
The "new face" of FF is OK, but the browser itself has gone downhill. I downloaded FF 32 and it was erratic and often crashed. So I went back to PaleMoon and problems were solved, including having the "old" interface. What a shame to ruin a good thing.
2.29 Beta 1 (Aug 28, 2014)
I have to backtrack concerning my first review. I'm giving it, actually, a 4.5 out of 5. After using SeaMonkey for a couple of days, tweaking it and adding a few extensions, I found it to be quite good and in some ways better than the new FF. I wish there was a form filler extension. One extension that adds some nice touches is "Seafox" from Add-ons.
5.25 (Aug 12, 2014)
Couldn't download from their site. I used Softpedia. Anyway, it was interesting. I used it for a while and at first thought, it would make using the start menu easier, The more I used it, the less I liked it. My Windows 7 start menu was easier to use and more to the point in getting things done.
At first I thought that this program was a winner, however it turned out to be a "Wiener".
24.7.1 (Aug 7, 2014)
An excellent browser. It has been my default browser for months. It still has the "old" FF design and works better than the current FF. For some reason I keep Chrome as a secondary browser and it can't touch Pale Moon or FF.
24.7.1 (Feb 17, 2011 - 4:33 AM)
In a word, no! In two words, No!, No!
24.7.1 (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.
24.7.1 (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.
24.7.1 (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.