Mozilla monsters buggy Explorer
THE non-profit Mozilla Foundation has released a new version of its free, and impressive, Firefox web browser. Among other things, it offers faster browsing, automatic updates, better pop-up blocking - and bless you Mozilla - good security. Firefox, which uses open-source software, is the world's second most popular browser after Microsoft's Internet Explorer, which comes installed on most PCs.
More than 106 million copies of Firefox have been downloaded since it was introduced a little more than a year ago, giving Mozilla about 15 per cent of the market. DoubleClick's advice to Windows users: get it and shelve your copy of Internet Explorer, at least for the time being. Australian IT - Mozilla monsters buggy Explorer (double click | David Frith, DECEMBER 06, 2005)
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