If "only the paranoid survive," as former Intel CEO Andy Grove used to say, then Mozilla, the organization behind the open-source Firefox browser, needs to put its paranoia on overdrive.
on 08/11/2009 – Made popular on 08/11/2009
Mozilla Firefox is one of the most popular web browser on the Planet, it’s a free and open source browser, available for all platforms. In Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin), Firefox comes installed by default (it’s also true for most GNU/Linux distributions).
In last few years – Google Chrome has also become very popular.
Firefox has been taking heat from Google Chrome over speed for some time, but the world's most popular open source browser is getting ready for a comeback. Can Firefox 4.0 woo back some of the early adopters who've embraced Chrome? It looks like it will have a very good shot.
Mozilla has been staunchly opposed to an iOS version of its Firefox browser for a while. It wants to use its own web engine, but Apple will only let companies use its in-house code in the name of security. However, the organization is clearly having a change of heart -- VP Jonathan Nightingale has revealed that Mozilla wants to bring Firefox to iOS.
Mozilla released Firefox 13 Wednesday, which it says is a speedier, safer version of the open source web browser. The newly launched Firefox also boasts a new home page and tab page layout similar to those of competing browsers such as Google's Chrome.
I have been using Chrome on my Samsung Galaxy Exhilerate ever since I got it. I noticed the Chrome was remarkably slower than my default Browser. My question is, who all has downloaded and used Mozilla Firefox? I enjoy the UI of Firefox much more than Chrome. As far as I've used Firefox, the speeds seem to be greater than or equal to Chrome. What's everyone else's opinion?
I've googled few hours but couldn't find how to change my intent from Firefox to dolphin browser.
I know how to get the list of browsers, but I'm looking in specific to open only the Dolphin web browser, later I will deal with exception if not installed.