I think that Firefox should stay as the default browser in Ubuntu for the following reasons:
Mozilla has a vibrant open source community and many of our contributors are active in both Ubuntu and Mozilla. Mozilla’s [...]
This past Tuesday I was helping out with the 6th Annual Winter Coders Social which was organized by Michelle Rowley, Founder of CodeScouts and a tight-knit group of volunteers. I was really excited to be at this event because I knew that the who’s who of the Portland technology and open source scene [...]
In my earlier post I suggested enabling HTTP Pipelining to boost page load time performance in Firefox 16.0.2 and I figured it was important to also do some “real world testing” so I did exactly that by loading google.com five times with the cache [...]
If your like me then your time is important so any boost in page loading can net you major time-saving and recently I switched back to Firefox from Chromium and one of the reasons I had left Firefox was I felt that Chromium had superior page loading performance (Notably they enable HTTP Pipelining by default).
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