Member since: Jul 23rd, 2010
Apr 12th 2011 12:12PM You've got to be shitting me.
Apr 11th 2011 12:09PM @Ryzvonusef Right-click the parameter listing and select New > String from the options. Enter app.update.desiredChannel and give the new parameter the value release, beta or aurora.Restart your browser and open the Help > About Firefox menu. You will now see the option to update the channel.
Mar 2nd 2011 9:41AM :DThat's why Mozilla is blocking hardware acceleration on outdated drivers :)
Feb 17th 2011 6:50PM Nice to see that this add-on is making progress.This will probably get integrated in Firefox 5 - I guess this is what they mean by "Simple Sharing UI" . From being still in development, there is a place for more features and tuning.Nice feature have IMO.
Feb 17th 2011 10:37AM @Ryzvonusef not yet :Dhttp://www.canweshipyet.com/
Feb 17th 2011 8:03AM @villez install Omnibar add-on.I prefer separated way.
Feb 1st 2011 12:07PM Firefox WinRarFoobar2000SPlayerCCleanerDefragglerAdobe Flash (10.2) SkypeMalwarebytes' Anti-MalwareTeraCopyDaemon ToolsJavaHTC HomeObjectDock (free version) PDF-XChange Viewer
Jan 26th 2011 1:00PM Once again Apple is doing it's politics. Their HTML5 website is only working good with Webkit because they are putting -webkit prefix to every CSS3. How nice.
Jan 4th 2011 2:02PM @EuroSceptiC I agree with you. Future of Firefox is bright.Upcoming features and speed ups will make Firefox stay or even grow market share.
Nov 30th 2010 11:16PM This tests actually doesn't show real performance of browser and they are not fair to other browsers.Also I have different numbers than yours. (test winners don't match)But anyway, IE 9 is winning in HW acceleration. Why? Because they only do Vista and Windows 7.
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