Mozilla has released the last update to Firefox 3.0. On Tuesday, the open sourcers pushed out Firefox 3.0.19, which includes several security and stability updates, and in a brief blog post, Mozilla's Christian Legnitto confirmed that this would be version 3's final incarnation. It patches six vulnerabilities, five listed as …
Slow as ***
I switched to Opera some time ago, because all of the recent offerings of Firefox have run like treacle on my machine.
I hear this tired complaint the Firefox is to slow every time there is an article about FF.
I have used every version since about 0.8 and while there have been a few dogs in there, for the most part those version have been fixed and replaced within days.
So I can only conclude that the ones complaining are all just a bunch of freaking whiners.
I find myself forced to agree with you
I am no fan of Mozilla, or the default UI of Firefox (too much like IE, but it can be customised), but it is certainly not a noticeably slower in my experience. IMHO the obsession with speed among a large number of users and apparently developers, is a futile diversion and pain in the arse. I am much more interested in stability and security. Something which no-one seems too be reliably able to offer these days.
The Only Setback With FF Is That Some ADDONS Are Not Updated With The New Versions.
I Test Every New Version That Comes Along, But Right Now I Will Continue To Go Back To 3.0.19+.
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