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Just a heads up so that you FireFox junkies can update your favourite browser.

Release notes available at http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/releases/1.5.0.2.html.
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So what's new? I've not noticed anything.
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(Original post by Talya)
So what's new? I've not noticed anything.
http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/relea...5.0.2.html#new
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OMGOMGOMG they updated firefox!!!!!!!!!

Lets talk all about it!!!!

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:mad: Update mashed up firefox and wouldnt let me reinstall

Its sorted now though.
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As if I needed this post for me to get the latest version:
pacman -Syu

thank you very much.

http://www.archlinux.org/packages.php?id=4236
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Mine came through auto.
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So...nothing different if you're a windows user? :/
Well, if it ain't broke, don't fix it, I suppose.

*wonders if there's a Firefox society...and if not, why not*
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*wonders why no ones talking about the latest windows update which was released last night*

Given that security fixes are such a popular topic
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Firefox is mediocre. Internet Explorer 7 is the best.
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Firefox is mediocre. Internet Explorer 7 is the best.
IE 7 isn't released yet, and to be honest, theres no way I'm using a Beta of a product from Microdaft that connects to the internet. I value the security of my computer higher, thankyou very much.
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I doubt I'll ever return to IE now that I've discovered FireFox. Even when IE7 goes out of beta with tabbed browsing.
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I stay away from both Firefox and IE. Use Opera instead. I don't like Firefox's interface, looks ugly if you ask me and it takes longer to startup then Opera.
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yo wuts ^ h4><0rz ?! :tux::tux:
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Opera's way too cluttered and loaded with useless features. FireFox is excellent with its extensions system.
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I use Firefox but I downloaded Opera last week and I think I like it more but I haven't really started using it properly yet.
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I stay away from both Firefox and IE. Use Opera instead. I don't like Firefox's interface, looks ugly if you ask me and it takes longer to startup then Opera.
Yeah, despite how I have Firefox no my computer I still use Opera primarily. Though I've been using Windows & Firefox a lot recently due to me having to my database for Computing coursework in MS Access.
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I stay away from both Firefox and IE. Use Opera instead. I don't like Firefox's interface, looks ugly if you ask me and it takes longer to startup then Opera.
Does Opera still have ads up in the corner? I would have stayed with it if it werent for those. FF for me, IE i'm not a great fan of, hardly ever seemed to work downloading from ftp's etc.
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Does Opera still have ads up in the corner? I would have stayed with it if it werent for those. FF for me, IE i'm not a great fan of, hardly ever seemed to work downloading from ftp's etc.
As of September 20th 2005, Opera for Desktop (version 8.5+) is free. No banner ads nor Google ads are included, and thus there is no need to register Opera for Desktop platforms. However, Opera for Mobile still needs to be purchased.

http://www.opera.com/support/search/....dml?index=453
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anyone else having problems switching tabs wth the new version, or is it just my tablet thats messed up?
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