Is 13 Firefox’s lucky number?
When I started using Mozilla browser more than 10 years ago I would have never imagined what will become of it. It was crashing, it was slow, user experience was horrible. It seemed like the web browser wars are over.
However our open source heroe persisted. Year after year they have improved the code and made it suck less every day. And eventually in late 2000s there was a breakthrough and Mozilla in the form of Firefox returned to fame. For the moment Firefox was the winner. However since then a new kid on the block appeared – Chrome.
Now Firefox is getting back into the game! Will number 13 be Firefox’s lucky number?
The latest version of Mozilla Firefox was released on 6 June, and is supposedly much faster and safer than the open source web browser. The new Firefox has also adapted its home and tab pages to have a similar layout to other browsers they compete with like Chrome.
- Firefox 14 Beta Adds SSL Google, Click-to-Play Flash and Autocomplete URLs (news.softpedia.com)
- Firefox 13 released – now using SPDY by default (h-online.com)