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    News - Firefox 23 adds mixed content blocking and a network monitor

    Update to this popular web browser also sports a share button and a new less shiny logo.
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    Re: News - Firefox 23 adds mixed content blocking and a network monitor

    Erm shared from Firefox?
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: News - Firefox 23 adds mixed content blocking and a network monitor

    Moved on from Firefox so many months ago, my browsing experience has become 100 times better using Chrome!
    Basic concepts of cause and effect:
    "everything that follows is a result of what you see here"

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    Re: News - Firefox 23 adds mixed content blocking and a network monitor

    After sitting through chrome adverts which say its possible to start a business using chrome I noticed I managed the same using firefox, add that to I don't want google knowing everything I do and firefox it is.

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    Re: News - Firefox 23 adds mixed content blocking and a network monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by Bazz View Post
    Moved on from Firefox so many months ago, my browsing experience has become 100 times better using Chrome!
    Meh. I use all three. IE and Chrome at work and Firefox at home.

    Chrome trumps IE, but Firefox still comfortably beats them both IMO

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    Re: News - Firefox 23 adds mixed content blocking and a network monitor

    IE I avoid unless a page won't load without it.
    Chrome I'll use to quickly check out a site/youtube vid if firefox isn't open.
    Firefox I keep open 100+ tabs & multi windows with BarTab so memory usage stays low.

    Firefox is a clear winner for me but the speed chrome opens is quite nice.

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