Tag: Firefox

Good things come to die-hard Firefox users. It’s now pretty much like Chrome.

I’ve been so out of the loop. Since when could you run 3ds Max using HTML 5?

An Introduction to Firefox’s Tab Candy from Aza Raskin on Vimeo. For somebody like me who always has a gazillion tabs open in a browser (even in multiple open browsers), this new alpha testing tab feature in Firefox is going to be an awesome feature to have. It’s called Tab Candy and it basically acts […]

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Axiis has put together this circular infographic that shows internet browser market share from 2002-2009. The circle is divided up into colors based on the most popular browsers at the time and it’s interesting to see how one browser falls while another one comes in slowly to take its place.

Back in 2004, Firefox reached version 1.0 and quickly became the alternative browser of choice for people sick of Internet Explorer and Safari. It’s hard to imagine my internet experience without it now, but it’s good to remind myself that before 2004, all I ever used was Internet Explorer (scary, I know). Anyway, I really […]