Firefox delivers safe, easy web browsing. a familiar user interface, enhanced security features including protection from online identity theft, and integrated search let you get the most out of the web.
I love the possibility to add extensions with https://addons.mozilla.org and the freedom to use it in the most common languages and OS's. Thats why is the best web browser, for me. /// \\\ M'encanta la possibilitat d'afegir extensions i la llibertat de poder fer-lo servir en tots els idiomes i S.O.'s mes comuns. Per això es el millor navegador web, per mi.
Le meilleur, le plus complet! (économe en ressources, performant, innovant et moderne) et surtout a permis de casser le monopole IE et a contribué largement au développement du web. Respecte ses utilisateurs!
May/may not be the "fastest" browser (varies with version, today's date, & personal opinion), but easily the best for customizing and the amount of plugins available, my default browser for a long time now
Unreliable... tends to become the msie of the free world. Qupzilla is better, iron is better, arora is better, midori is better, seamonkey was better, epiphany was better, galeon was better, Opera is still THE best although they like to botch up former features from time to time.
Excelente navegador tanto para usuários comuns, com uma interface amigável, veloz, com excelentes complementos e seguro, quanto para usuários avançados e sdesenvolvedores web, com muitas ferramentas de desenvolvimento e muito mais!
Been using it on all of my computers/OS's for years; it's seldom let me down; especially when compared to Chrome/Safari/IE. Very customizable, stable, fast, and it's open source. I don't know about you, but for myself, that's all I'll probably ever need.
FIrefox with the following addons -lastpass,videodownloadhelper and flashblock is perfect for me. Firefox for linux mint plays all youtube videos perfectly out of the box even when fully maximised.No tweaking or reinstallation of flash was needed.In fact I never had a problem with any video sharing site so far.
Slower than opera, also wouldn't play vidios or anything that required flash, but then neither would Opera- which is my favorite broswer. I had to load Chrome to play them and even to chat on a dating site.
Safe and somewhat fast. :D Only 4 stars, since it's maybe not the best browser anymore. Google Chrome/Chromium is good competion. But I still like and use Firefox. :) It's still a good browser, even though Chrome/Chromium might be now better.
Use to be my favorite until Chrome...too slow on the start up and is going the way of IE...also, fonts are way to small for me to read and anytime I try to adjust fonts in preferences or use an add on to adjust them it just screws up the web page. Too bad - 2*'s only
I think it deserves the accolades atleast for showing the community they can move away from IE. That happened to me in 2006 or so. But should have stayed simple instead of trying to do everything. Personally do not use now, but changed the internet world for sure.
Ха! Пока вы все тут радуетесь 3.6.18, я вас обрадую. УЖЕ ДАВНО ВЫШЛА ВЕРСИЯ 7.0!!! Вот ссылка http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/nightly/latest-mozilla-aurora/firefox-7.0a2.en-US.linux-i686.tar.bz2
I like it, very easy to customize. I like the content blockers that it has such as foxfilter. It is a bit slower than chromium, but I can live with that. I also like what I have seen of the 4.0 beta. I think the performance will improve.
ok i guess, but never liked the history (netscape) so its always remained rather plain and ugly to me, but if thats not an issue..it works fine..and has tons of plugins, however finding and using the less buggy ones, is a trial and error sort.
One of the last version of Firefox, called Namoroka crashed very often, and now the newer version Minefield is even more buggy. I don't trust Mozilla anymore, they seemed to be so serious in the past. And now, a very slow browser, I think the genius Mozilla is dead.
It works as a browser and it has many useful plugins. Sadly however, I had to stop using it because it was so slow. It seems with each new release of Firefox (regardless of OS) it's getting fatter and fatter. It feels like it has memory leak issues.
My favorite browser. Period. Highly extensible with thousands of free addons. Firefox 4 is a significant upgrade and is on par with Chromium speed wise. If you want "simple" (and glichy, it can't be just me...) perhaps Chromium is more your style. For power users Firefox is the way to go.
Ricco di estensioni, migliore integrazione con Delicious tra i browser esistenti, veloce, ma graficamente è meglio Opera, preciso nel supportare formati standard. E' sicuramente il browser più funzionale che esiste, specie per uno sviluppatore.
It is a leading browser, that's true. But the amount of CPU and Memory it consumes is much higher than that of Chromium. Plus, the speed of firefox is too slow as it's not based on webkit. It's just getting worse.
I have solved a "bug" in Firefox 3.6.8. The bug : When I was in a web site like a banking site for example, many windows were opened while surfing in the web site. When I disconnected my personnal space, a new window was opened but an active window kept opened. I really felt a security problem. How to solve : You must uninstall Firefox and re-install it. I precise that Firefox was pre-installed when I decided to install Linux Mint. Then, I thaught it was a Linux way to use Firefox but in fact it probably was a bug. So Firefox stays my favorite web browser.
Brilliant, fast and extensible - one of the best browsers on the market. Suffers from some bloat, and would be better without the distro specific branding, but a small price to pay for a fantastic browser.
Firefox to Linux is what is Internet Explorer to Windows. The high degree of a distro-centric setup branding of the browser turns Firefox into a dependancy spreading cancer within any linux distro - a real maintenance nightmare.
Das ist ein großartig zu bedienender Browser. Allerdings ist er nicht der schnellste. Mit weniger Komfort, aber bedeutend schneller ist der Chromiumbrowser. In beider Hinsicht noch ectremer ist der Midori-Browser.
best browser by far absolutely, no other browser has so many usefull addons. and little known fact, its faster than chrom if both have 3 tabs open and no add-ons. basically the fastest for peopel woith many tabs.
What can I say? Firefox has been one of the many success stories in the open source community. It is fast, stable, and has many great additions for the browser to make it integrated for your preferences.
Back when web browser choices consisted of Internet Ex;lorer and..um..yeah..it's gotten so bloated it needs a diet..too many extensions (yes, I am aware that sounds silly thanks)...performance and security just aren't what they used to be and what made Firefox so great to begin with..time to go back to square one I think.
While firefox has been and still is my browser of choice, recently I'm not too impressed with the performance. I totally rely on lots of addons though, which would make the transition to another browser painful.
Chrome may be all the rage nowadays, but I think all always use Firefox over any other browser. There are many reasons for this, but the main one is customization-- what it lacks in slim size, Firefox makes up for in customization. You name a feature, Firefox has an add-one for that. From super-useful stuff like add-block-plus and the Firefox Backup Extension to simple things like FabTabs and Stylish, Firefox truly has something for every type of web browser. If you don't use your browser much, or use it primarily for Goodle Apps, the chrome might be the better choice-- but if you are on the web more often then not, the I think the Firefox is the number one choice.
Some may say it's too heavy and a bit of a knuckle-dragger, but it's its brute power that makes it the best. With an Extensive plugin database and an Open Source it gets the cookie in the browser war nowadays.
Firefox is my preferred web browser. It's free and open source, has a mature extension community, can be configured just how you want it, and doesn't try to track your every move. In terms of speed and memory usage Firefox is consistently highly ranked. When teamed with Ghostery, PwdHash, Adblock Plus, and BetterPrivacy it's hard to go wrong!
Google Chrome is a very quick rising star. They are making the Add ons (Well Exstensions) for them. They just don' thave that many for LInux version. Windows (my dual boot W7). I use Chrome, all extensions work on it. Though Only things I don't like about FF is startup time. And the load when it hangs/freezes.. If those where fixed, there would be no reason at all to switch to Chrome. (Though chrome has a very nice bookmark sync love that)
Der Firefox ist in die Jahre gekommen. Er ist wie ein Taschenmesser, das man mit Funktionen überladen kann, nur seine Hauptaufgabe als Messer (eigentlich als Browser), der kommt er nicht mehr nach. Nach dem Internet Explorer ist der Firefox in der Zwischenzeit der langsamste Browser.
I've tried most of the main Linux alternatives -- Opera, Chrome, Epiphany, Konquerer -- and the only one that comes close is Chrome. Chrome has the edge in "lightness", but Firefox has such an array of features and add-ons that it ultimately is very, very difficult to move away from! One feature that I've yet to find in any other browser that is a staple of my browsing is Live Bookmarks.