Mozilla Firefox is my favorite web browser despite the fact that I have installed a number of web browsers on my PC. Mozilla Firefox is gaining ground because it is a cross-platform browser and besides that its code is open source. Firefox allows for users to create add-ons, extensions, which generate endless possibilities for the personalization of the browser. Toolbars and bookmarks are easy to customize and share.
Tabbing organizes several open pages in one window keeping the screen uncluttered. With all these features and capabilities, I wonder why some people use Internet Explorer only. With all these features and capabilities, I wonder why some people use Internet Explorer only. You can download Mozilla Firefox along with a Google Toolbar for free by clicking the image below and taste a new browsing experience.
If you are already using Mozilla Firefox, I have different news for you. The Mozilla community is currently looking for additional volunteers to help reduce memory usage and fix memory leaks in the browser. You do not need to be a C++ programmer in order to take part in this exercise.You can still participate in this exercise even when you are a Firefox user without any programming knowledge. Firefox programmer Jesse Ruderman says
If you’re a Firefox user, an easy way to help is to browse with a trunk nightly build wrapped in a script that calls leak-gauge.pl when Firefox exits. If it reports that documents or windows leaked, try to figure out how to reproduce the leak and then file a bug report.
The goal of the project is to reduce the memory usage in Firefox 3. If you choose to take part in this exercise, you will be part of the team that is shaping the browsing experience of the near future. It will be a world impacting exercise.