Firefox Sets The Bar For Mac Adoption

Discussion in 'MacBytes.com News Discussion' started by MacBytes, Dec 27, 2005.

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    can't say that i exactly agree with that article. some interesting points, but then again no hard figures really either.
     
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    Well, it is nice to have both work the same way on a Mac and a PC. Makes going between work machines with XP, my home PC with 2000, and my iMac easier for surfing. Safari is nice and all, but I like FF's extensions. And the GO button. Gotta have a GO button.
     
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    They should start posting "AppleMatters:" in the title/submission text, so I can stop wasting my time. :mad:
     
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    I beg to differ. But that's just me. :rolleyes:
     
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    Heh?
     
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    I think what the author was trying to say was that "saying the IE it isn’t the best browsing experience available is a great understatement". Or something like that.

    "saying the IE it isn’t the best browsing experience available is like saying that getting stabbed in the face is mildly annoying"

    "saying the IE it isn’t the best browsing experience available is like saying that a gutshot kinda hurts"

    I least that's what I think he ment. I'm not really sure, to be honest.
     
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    I'm perfectly happy with Safari. My only interest in Firefox is if I get bored with the look of Safari and want to use themes that correlate with my desktop.
     
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    Extensions aside, I can't see why anyone would choose Firefox on OS X over Camino. So much nicer, but renders pages the same because they're both Mozilla-based.
     

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