Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Stunts Today for Firefox. Sophisticated Programs Tomorrow - Bits - Technology - New York Times Blog

Firefox 3.0 also breaks the Windows Live Writer add-in, so I guess I'll be using IE 8 beta exclusively for the time being...

For hardcore users, the bigger change is under the covers. Mozilla says it rewrote the core technology of the browser to be faster and use less memory. In part, this is a reflection of how some people use Firefox, with many tabs open to different Web pages at the same time.

More importantly, it recognizes that more and more sites are pushing the standards that define Internet pages to extremes.

Stunts Today for Firefox. Sophisticated Programs Tomorrow - Bits - Technology - New York Times Blog

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