|Forum: Firefox Browser Usage and Support|
|Displaying Topics 81 - 120 (90 total) Sorted by: Thread-Subject, Direction: forward|
|81:|| Mozilla to add One-Click Searches To Firefox|
Likely to feature in FF 34
|Nov 28, 2014|
|82:|| New Firefox 1.0.3 Vulnerabilities|
An iframe problem plus a hole in automatic update create a big Firefox 1.0.3 vulnerability. Mozilla Org has scrambled up a temporary fix for the worst case scenarios.
|May 9, 2005|
|83:|| NoScript vs Adblock - a war we didn't know about|
"A protracted war between authors of two of the most popular add-ons for the Firefox browser has prompted calls for changes in the way extensions are written." - The Register
|May 5, 2009|
|84:|| Report: Firefox Browser Market Share Show Steep Declines|
Reports indicate Firefox market share is in steep decline, with Chrome being the big winner.
|July 8, 2014|
|85:|| Ten Years of Mozilla Firefox, and Firefox Anniversary Release|
Mozilla reflects on 10-years of Firefox, and looks forward with and "Firefox anniversary" release, which is says, adds more user control with a "Forget" feature, and adds DuckDuckGo to the pre-installed search function.
|Nov 10, 2014|
|86:|| The end of the road for Firefox 2|
"Mozilla is now planning to end Firefox 2 support in the near future, perhaps before the end of the year. This change could leave a lot of users - and not just Firefox users - in a difficult position." - LWN.net
|Nov 17, 2008|
|87:|| User Browser Speed Experiments|
WebmasterWorld Members conduct browser speed experiments, and try ways to make the them faster.
|Aug 10, 2012|
|88:|| What Firefox Extensions do you use?|
"What are your favorite firefox plugins?"
|May 19, 2006|
|89:|| Why Is Firefox Stilll Way Behind IE?|
"When I was checking analytics I noticed that FF was still only 15 % compared to IE at 80 %. I expected FF to be a lot more popular by now."
|Sept 8, 2007|
|90:|| Yahoo Now Firefox Default Search Engine for U.S.|
Although Yahoo is to become the default for U.S. users, Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, eBay, Amazon, Twitter and Wikipedia will remain built-in as options.
|Nov 20, 2014|