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The open source browser that has made a dent in Internet Explorer’s market share recently reached the 100 million milestone. Almost a year after its release, the Firefox browser was downloaded for the 100 millionth time on Wednesday, the Mozilla Foundation said.
Believe it or not, Firefox 1.0 has been around for less than a year. In that short time, it has gained at least 10% of the browser marketshare and spurred Microsoft to finally bring back Internet Explorer from its innovation stasis.
Recently, the Mozilla Foundation announced they would be introducing a corporate version of Mozilla, which some feel is designed to capitalize off Firefox’s exploding popularity. However, one pundit believes this is a move that puts them in a position of being potential Google fodder and therefore, he can longer recommend using Mozilla’s browser.
Gigablast is now offering a new toolbar for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. The toolbar allows users to conveniently search over 2 billion pages.
Are any of you tired of looking at the plain white background offered by Google’s and everyone else’s SERPs? Would you like some color variety in daily searches…?
Something old is new again. Reports by Danish security firm Secunia indicate both Mozilla and Firefox browsers are susceptible to a flaw first discovered in 1998.
Internet security firm Secunia found holes in internet browser Firefox from the Mozilla company. The problems present two of the first big security problems for the browser that continues to grow in popularity.
Mozilla’s browser, Firefox made gains against the Microsoft’s Internet Explorer(IE) to a total global share of 8.69%. IE still owns the street with over 86% but Firefox has made substantial in recent months. The percentage increase of .24% does indicate a decline in growth experts say.
Firefox developer Asa Dotzler is using the Spread Firefox blog to accuse TechWeb of lying about the Firefox 1.0 downloads.
One of the most common questions I see about Google is “How do I clear my search history from the Google search box?” What’s everybody guilty of ? If you’re one of the many it seems that have search terms you’d prefer to hide from other users of your computer, this article is for you.
When you key a search term into Google it often has a pretty good idea of what it is you are looking for. For example, if you key in “microsoft” it’s likely you are looking for the Microsoft.com page, and Google puts it up in the top search results position.
The Mozilla Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting choice and innovation on the Internet, today demonstrated its commitment to preserving a safe and secure Internet experience by awarding “bug bounties” a cash prize for users who identify previously unknown security bugs in the open source software.
It seems 39% of my website’s readers are browsing with Mozilla Firefox, with a dwindling 49% on Internet Explorer. In light of this, I thought it would be useful to list all the Firefox extensions I could find that perform some sort of function relating to Google.
So you’ve read the glowing press and you’re sick of the gaping security holes Internet Explorer opens into your personal computer and the personal data it manipulates
Wanna see what might be coming soon, in answer to Ask Jeeves’ Bloglines? Of course you do …
I know I’m late on this but I honestly didn’t haveDownload Firefox Now! time to post it yesterday at all. I wanted to post the email I received from SpreadFirefox’s Blake Ross regarding the good news