26
Jun
09

Firefox 3.5 RC testing

I’ve been using Firefox for a long time now, falling in love with its various addons and it’s speed. It has become a part of my routine.

Every new version of Firefox thus far has been a good experience. In particular, Firefox 3.5 refines what is already a very polished browser and has made it more efficient than before without sacrificing compatibility.

My main likes of Firefox 3.5 RC so far:

  • better speed
  • more efficient memory usage
  • a very good private browsing mode
  • better interface when clearing private data
  • flawless profile upgrade from Firefox 3.0

The only thing that typically holds me back is the addon compatibility, but this addon developers have been prepared for this new version for a while now, and all my addons are compatible with the Firefox. I was not able to run Firefox 3.5 up till the b99 for this very reason (crash upon Firefox startup).

Currently Running

tete009 optimized Firefox 3.5 RC2, found here

My Addon List

Generated: Fri Jun 26 2009 19:03:37 GMT+0800 (China Standard Time)
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv:1.9.1) Gecko/20090620 Firefox/3.0.10 (tete009 SSE2 PGO)
Build ID: 20090620105323

Enabled Extensions: [26]

Disabled Extensions: [1]

Total Extensions: 27

Installed Themes: [1]

Installed Plugins: (13)

  • Adobe Acrobat
  • Google Talk Plugin
  • Google Update
  • Java(TM) Platform SE 6 U11
  • Mozilla Default Plug-in
  • Picasa
  • QuickTime Plug-in 7.3
  • RealPlayer Version Plugin
  • RealPlayer(tm) G2 LiveConnect-Enabled Plug-In (32-bit)
  • Shockwave Flash
  • Veoh Web Player Beta
  • VeohTV Plugin
  • Windows Presentation Foundation

3 Responses to “Firefox 3.5 RC testing”


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  2. June 11, 2014 at 10:26 am

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