I like trying the firefox betas but they always seem to crash when i do.
I'll wait for the next final to give the new firefox another try.
I've used 3.5 for quite a while and wasn't happy with it at all. It got slow and unstable when it was open for a longer time and the few additional features were not worth this hassle, so I went back to 3.0.15 and am pretty happy with it.
Eh, it crashed on me one too many times. I have XP 64bit pro.
Am downloading it now
3.5 is a memory hog, I have seen or heard about it from too many people, it can't be 'just my experience'
3.6 beta seems better, somewhat, but mozilla guys are already putting themselves in danger relative to Chrome
All of the addons I use are still working, I imagine a lot don't, but the likes of linky, adblock plus, stumbleupon and flashgot work.
Love the feature that lets you preview tabs using aero peek.
Does beta 1 imply a better 2? Im glad to see there overall support for there browers continues, I can't believe they could make it any faster as it was already the fastest one I use. Lately iv been falling for safari brower, maybe I wont tho if this is the future for firefox. It can only get better.
Firefox is getting a lot better, but I wish they'd hurry up and supported threading like Chrome. I'm tired of having a single tab getting stalled on something and making the entire Firefox process unresponsive.
Once again FF FTW (and not just because I help make it).
IE users need to get with the program!
What older versions did you use?
Here are some cons: it can use a bit more memory that IE (especially if you have many addons), if you have many addons loading times increase (i only keep 3 or 4 at max just to be sure) - no other cons i can think of right now. FF 3.6 solves most of the loading times problems but i'm waiting for the final release not the beta
The full screen video feature is extremely useful, especially for JTV and other streams Hopefully this will leave beta soon.
I take it you've never used Chrome?