If you haven't already upgraded your web browser to Firefox 3, you might want to consider it. E-week's editors recently named it as one of their top 10 products of 2009. It is simple enough to be familiar and easily used by the casual web user, and with its array of add-ons and customizations, it can be a very powerful tool for the adanced user. But don't take my word for it.
E-weeks editors say, "with the release of Firefox 3, Mozilla cemented its place at the top of the Web browser pile."
"The latest release of Firefox hit all of the standard browser notes, with improved security, usability and customization options. However, some of the biggest improvements were under the covers, especially in offline capabilities and the browser's ability to integrate with and take advantage of next-generation Web technologies."
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