Looking at the new 3.6 firefox I was quite taken by the new Personas, until I realized that they could only be used with the default theme which, frankly, is so boring it would send an insomniac to sleep. So, good idea but big fail until they can be used with any theme.
At some point, most VARs have dabbled in trying to define their ideal buyer personas. Typically, that process begins with giving each customer group a name—i.e., “Chris the IT Guy” or “Matt the Marketing Executive”—and then evolves into associating pain points or company issues with each of those personas.
Following several delays, Mozilla has officially released version 3.6 of its open source Firefox web browser. In addition to the usual bug fixes, the major update includes a number of new features, such as built-in Personas support and support for the Web Open Font Format...
I just deleted my .mozilla hidden folder from my /home partition. I made the mistake of downloading and installing a bunch of add-on extensions for increased security and it made Mozilla Firefox crash frequently. I turned on the AppArmor profile to enforcing mode and I installed LastPass. That's it.
Don't go overboard on themes, extensions, add-ons, and personas for Mozilla Firefox.