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    Post Firefox version 1.0 is on its way

    eWeek is reporting that Firefox will finally go version 1.0 this September.
    Quote Originally Posted by eWeek
    The final version of Mozilla's Firefox will arrive September 14, according to lead engineer Ben Goodger.

    Open-source browser fans, and those who have grown distrustful enough of Internet Explorer's security flaws to consider alternative browsers, will be looking forward to the first nonbeta release of the Mozilla Foundation's Firefox. The standalone browser has been in development since 2002.
    Hopefully all of the bugs will be worked out by then; I've picked up a few in the latest version. Best of luck to the Mozilla Foundation in getting it released on time.
    Find the full article here.

    Who is looking forward to it?

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    *puts up his hand*
    I know I will

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    add me to the list

    IE sucks ,hell im even trying to get my parents onto firefox and off ie

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    Good!! *waiting* I love that! I don't like IE that much, though I think it works kinda nice..except when it comes to pop-ups *yieks* :S
    Love, Peace and Linux

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    yay !!!!!

    am slowly weening my self off ie



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    If I could get to windowsupdate.com throught firefox IE would be gone for good.

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    No need for ie

    just turn automatic updates on and let it download the updates for you



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    or one of the other patch management utils out there.



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