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by on November 29th, 2012

Firefox and Google chrome are the browsers to be, with thousands of plugins and many extensions, no other browser comes near them. Perhaps the extensions and plugins are the reason for their success. Admittedly Google chrome takes the lead in the most widely used web browser, Firefox isn't far behind, thanks to its constant update schedule and great support; Firefox brought a new extension with its latest update, Social media connectivity, so you won’t have to log into your Facebook account every time you want to chat with a friend. Firefox suggests that these features should be available at only a few clicks, and thus the plugin which enables Firefox to communicate with your Facebook account and display the message bar and notifications right along the navigation pane.

by on October 12th, 2012

Without a doubt Mozilla Firefox is one of the most popular web browsers, reason of its popularity is mainly linked to its diverse compatibility, advance plugins and quick response. Mozilla team is always hard at work providing solutions to problems user’s face, however, there are some issues that are rather ‘rare’ and are left unattended. Recently I download Firefox on my desktop; I went ahead and opened up a page, as I typed, the screen became static and essentially Firefox crashed. This bothered me as Firefox had never caused any issue for me, so I went ahead and look for a solution. If you are facing issues with you browser as well try the following simple steps:

by on December 18th, 2010

If you are starting off with writing some JavaScript, the first step is to choose an IDE (Integrated Development Environment). An IDE typically includes a Compiler, Code Editor (with/without Intellisense) and a Debugger. There are tons of additional features that almost every IDE now includes but these are the basic components. Let’s start with a list of possible IDEs you can use for writing JavaScript and debugging them.

by on April 30th, 2010


Firefox 1.1 Beta also known as Fennec or Firefox mobile project is powered by the same engine as the latest Firefox 3.6 for Desktop but optimized to run smooth on a mobile device. Mozilla has released the first ever (Beta) version of it’s mobile browser but it’s initially available for Nokia N900 handsets.

by on March 29th, 2010

Mozilla Firefox 3.7 pre-alpha dubbed “Minefield” is out with some really great UI enhancements and an extensive use of Windows Vista/7 glass. In fact it seems like they’ve turned every portion of the UI into glass and this is really awesome. It’s still pre-alpha release but it gives you an idea of how Firefox 3.7 will look like.

by on March 22nd, 2010

The Aero effects in Windows 7 are really cool to start with but sometimes you can do not want so mwindows7-boxany thumbnails of your open tabs in Firefox to pop up every time you hover cursor over the Firefox tab in the taskbar. Or conversely, you may want the thumbnails to show up. Either way, here’s the simplest way to enable or disable thumbnail preview of your open tabs of Firefox in your Windows 7 taskbar.

by on January 16th, 2010


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Thanks to everyone for taking and creating such amazing images to celebrate Firefox’s 5th birthday.  In particular, we’d like to announce the winner of the Mozilla Creative Collective Five Years of Firefox challengeRogelio Calamaya, Jr., also known as Lucero.  As you can imagine it was a tough decision with so many great choices (see John Slater’s slide show).  Rogelio’s illustration, Happy B-day Firefox, really captured everyone’s hearts and imagination.  As inspiration for his design, Rogelio imagined a busy Firefox who’s always running around, stepping away from his 5th birthday party for a second to rest and enjoy some cake.  Congrats Rogelio!

Read more at The Mozilla Blog

I’ve been trying to explain to my mom for months what a web browser is, with little luck. After a few rounds of failed attempts, I grew curious about people’s general understanding of web browsers. So I decided to conduct a highly-scientific (read: not scientific at all) survey of my friends and got the following results

read more at The Official Google Blog

by on November 14th, 2009


OK, News 1: Firefox 3.6 Beta 1 is available for developers to try out. It can be downloaded from Mozilla’s FTP. The link’s in this post. Find it yourself.

News 2: Would you like to spice up your Firefox a little? Maybe like adding Tab previews that go with the overall feel of Windows 7? Mozilla has just released Firefox 3.6 Beta 1 Developer version but it’s almost the same as the public version 3.5 except for a few changes: You can add Windows 7 style switching of tabs (which, in case you don’t remember changes with key combination Ctrl+Tab). 

by on November 6th, 2009

Want to get a scary feel while you browse? Halloween is the perfect time to shoimagew off your scary side and what could be better to let your browser wear Halloween while you browse? With Firefox Personas you can apply 40 different Halloween themes absolutely free. The themes directory contains over 300,000 different designs from popular movies to climatic and now 2009 Halloween designs which are absolutely free.

by on September 9th, 2009


Mozilla has released updates to the Firefox 3.5 and Firefox 3 versions. These updates were aimed at some of the security problems that arose in both the new and the old versions. It’s highly recommended that Firefox users upgrade to these new updates.

by on August 3rd, 2009

After extensive closed testing, the latest Firefox update 3.5.2 Beta (Build 1) is out which is even more faster and further fixes the security issues in Firefox 3.5.1.image

So why update to Firefox 3.5.2? Because it fixes several stability and security issues. Update 3.5.2 also fixes the image rendering problem and now images are rendering properly on all monitors/LCDs.

Even though you can update automatically within 48 hours but we would recommend you update now to save yourself from making any unintentional security compromise. Firefox 3.5.2 is not yet available for download on the Mozilla site but was leaked and ProgrammerFish’s readers can download it from:

Download Firefox 3.5.2



Firefox is now available for download at Firefox Page. If you don’t want to upgrade now then you will also be prompted to automatically update within 24-48 hours.

by on July 28th, 2009

Something strange is happening over at Firefox I guess. It has not been long beforimagee they launched Firefox 3.5 and it’s update 3.5.1 and then there was news that Firefox 3.7 is due to be released. Today Firefox team released some screenshots of what they think Firefox 4.0 will look like but they claim that these screenshots are merely for brainstorming and getting useful feedback and the actual Firefox 4.0 may not look like this. 

by on July 23rd, 2009

firefox_logoRecently Firefox asked the fans to tell the world about Firefox’s amazing speed (Mozilla launched Fastest Firefox campaign last month). People like world’s Fastest Clapper, the world's Fastest Sport Stacker, world's Fastest Banjo Player and many others expressed the love for their beloved web browser. It’s like saying “fastest people use the fastest web browser”. Check the Fastest Firefox video by Mozilla:

by on July 23rd, 2009

If you are a fan of Xbox360 then here a way you can get Xbox 360 feel while browsing! I found this cool Xbox 360 theme in the Firefox theme directory.

The theme has Xbox like buttons, in fact everything from forward, backward buttons to progress bar color and the whole texture of your firefox browser will be transformed to give you Xbox360 feel.

by on July 17th, 2009

Mozilla Firefox update 3.5.1 is now available for download. The update has come qimageuick as a response to some security vulnerabilities and speed issues in its last release (3.5).