Firefox Myths

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  1. johndapunk FTW

    johndapunk FTW Senior Member

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    trust me, its more then 47kb. ^_^

    task manager tells you the number of thousands of bytes that are being used. so it would be 47,000,000 bytes. do the calcs.
     
  2. Dark Dragon

    Dark Dragon Well-Known Member

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    hmm, it all does fall down to oppinion, im a Firefox Man ^_^ i <3 FF, but im betting that those tests wernt done with the speed hack of FF :P thats the true potential of Firefox. also since i've switched to Firefox my computer hasnt gotten 1 internet virus...
     
  3. GLAMOURofCORRUPTION

    GLAMOURofCORRUPTION Well-Known Member

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    Lets all agree and repeat after me.

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    Mozilla Firefox > Internet Explorer
     
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    thats pretty damn funny lol
     
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    i find firefox to be far supeior yea it has it share of bugs but hey what program dosent

    hell yea i am geeting a quarter of the spyware i used to get and half the pop ups
     
  8. .E d g e

    .E d g e Well-Known Member

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    No browser can firefox that easily!
     
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  10. AKW

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    -__- You all still got it messed up a bit... you are only showing people half of the picture. See, he needs a panaramic view. Let me show you....

    There, you can see much more clearly now can't you? Is it like the rain is gone? Yes, it is. =D
     
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    well, actually...

    I use both Opera and Fx, so both are good.
     
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    Opera is pretty cool but I prefer firefox. I like all the extensions you can get for it.

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    Lol that's awesome.
     

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