Why Firefox?

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I'm still amazed that people haven't yet discovered the virtues of the Firefox web browser. I suppose that I could classify the article below as clueless pundit of the week, but to be fair, I believe the author is genuinely interested in exploring (pun intended) the benefits of the browser that soon could become ubiquitous.

Bottom Line: IE is a very poorly designed browser. It is full of security vulnerabilities and is classic bloatware. I seriously doubt that M$ will be able to add the very neat features that Firefox and earlier Mozilla browser have employed for quite awhile.

elizabeth grigg: using firefox

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