Firefox 2.0 To Stress Tab, Bookmark, Extension Changes
"IE 7 is a pretty good catch-up," said Mike Schroepfer, Mozilla's vice president of engineering. "But it does some funny things with tabs and the UI that I don't understand why they did it.". Firefox 2.0's development roadmap lists the main feature updates and additions, and their priorities. Among those at the top are redesigns of the browser's bookmark and history system, security enhancements to extensions, the popular plug-ins, search engine improvements, and changes to the tab-based user interface.
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On the other hand Firefox is a very poor catch-up to Opera.Comment by Asbjørn Butfukson at February 19, 2006 03:31 PM | Permalink
Oh, Asbjørn Butfukson, get over it.Comment by Laurens Holst at February 19, 2006 05:14 PM | Permalink
If Opera users would spend half as much time trying to convert IE users to Opera as they do being bitter about Firefox's success, Opera would be a much more popular browser.Comment by Will at February 19, 2006 07:39 PM | Permalink