Will the more relevant, dynamic content also be advertising? Or will a DnD also have a chance of appearing there?
Besides, everybody can disable this 'feature' in "about:config"
Every time I install Opera on a "new" PC, I get such tiles of commercial sites on the default speed dial.
I've never seen anything that doesn't sound paid for.
Firefox is doing the opposite with the whole "user experience" idea.
The about:config page isn't exactly easy to browse or commented. Some valid options aren't even included on it.
Google Chrome is trying to reverse its downtrend and managed to at least slow it down, up from 16.22% to 16.28% (0.08 point increase).Firefox on the other hand continues to lose more and more market share, last month it saw a 0.27 decrease, from 18.35% to 18.08%.
Reading this makes me feel like puking:http://www.zdnet.com/mozilla-clarifies-defends-firefox-ad-position-7000026335/In short, Mozilla needs money to develop FirefoxOS.
Sometimes, things are so utterly simple. Honesty is the bread and butter of success, wherever you need interaction with users. Down the road, it's what makes the difference. Microsoft is learning this the hard way with their Faildows 8.X. Mozilla, you cannot afford to go down the same road as Redmond, you don't have the resources to sustain such a large fiasco. You might manage to be profitable for a while, but you will bleed loyalty dry, and you will eventually shove yourself into obscurity as another boring, visionless corporate wannabe. You know I'm right. I always am. Take heed.
So, the new Firefox Sync requires a Firefox Account that doesn't do anything I need done and, in order to sync my 13.10 settings into the 14.04 box, I must have a new Firefox Account and make both Firefox installations less secure.
I don't understand why everybody cares so much about browsers. This browser this, that browser that...All the internet is a trap, any browser included.
Morons, if I wanted to use Chrome, I would.
Well, luckily we still have Otter and Vivaldi's starting to get fairly usable as well...
although to me in some ways Otter, Vivaldi, and Opera/Blink are superior to Firefox
Speaking of prioritiesSome of the vital and very basic features for me and probably of less or no importance to you (correct me please if I'm wrong):- Access on the fly for toggling cookies- Access on the fly for toggling scripting- Access on the fly for toggling proxyThese are just the very basic ones.AFAIK there are only 3 browsers offering these very basic features. Opera Presto, K-Meleon and Firefox (with the respective extensions).Among these 3 browsers only 2 can instantly stop scripts on a page: Opera Presto and K-Meleon.Among these 3 browsers there is only 1 browser where you can set up different proxies for different tasks and switch between them: K-Meleon.
Speaking of prioritiesSome of the vital and very basic features for me and probably of less or no importance to you (correct me please if I'm wrong):- Access on the fly for toggling cookies- Access on the fly for toggling scripting- Access on the fly for toggling proxyThese are just the very basic ones.
AFAIK there are only 3 browsers offering these very basic features. Opera Presto, K-Meleon and Firefox (with the respective extensions).
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