Originally Posted by Bredin
Actually your the one behind
, as Namoroka is at 3.6.6 atm, and compiled 6days ago. Ans yes, firefox might be faster due to the addons. But it has those addons, so why not use them? Is it unfair or fair to compare firefox with addons against something else? Why not use them if they can be used when the improvements are so vast.
About the privacy, I have my firefox set to only "auto complete" booksmarks in the addressbar, and it also deletes eveything that I want it to delete every time I close the browser. Meaning that I don't have to run it in a special private mode or delete my history manually.
If it's not on the official Mozilla Firefox FTP release site
, it's not a release (you can also find the latest beta release here
). Firefox codenames are only used to describe them when in pre-beta states. As you can see, the last release named Namoroka was Oct 14, 2009. Firefox 3.5.7 is the latest release that's not considered "old". I have no idea what you're talking about with version "3.6.6", no such release exists, nor has any Firefox release been compiled within the past six days except 3.0.17.
Yes, Firefox offers more flexibility in its private data management, I'll give you that.