Written by Stu Kushner

Firefox Browser – low-risk, high performance

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I must preface this message by the admission that I am not a fan of Microsoft. Do a search for Microsoft on my site and you will see a few articles about my opinion of Microsoft as a business. I do not like Microsoft’s impact on the computer industry. And one of the many reasons I have for not liking Microsoft (but certainly not a main reason) is that their products do not perform very well and they are targets for viruses and spyware.

Having said that, I want to write about the newest version of Firefox. You are probably already using Internet Explorer or Firefox. And the question you might have is “Should I dump Internet Explorer? or “Should I upgrade my Firefox to v3.6?” And the answer to the first question is a resounding YES. Internet Explorer is slow and prone to attacks and problems. On the second question, I had to rely on the expertise of reviewers that tested Firefox v3.6. I just don’t have the time to test and analyze Firefox. And what I have learned is that Firefox v3.6 is 300% faster than v3.0 and that it is 15% faster than v3.5. It is more stable and better at handling video streaming.

If you have critical extensions and plug-ins in Firefox, you might want to be careful. Otherwise, go for it. Dump Internet Explorer and/or upgrade to the newest version of Firefox.

About Stu Kushner

Born and raised in Silver Spring, MD. Stu Kushner began his career at Boeing Commercial Aircraft and then on to Hexcel and Case/Rixon where he specialized in CAD/CAM (computer design and robotics). In 1986, he started Progressive Office. The earliest years were about networking small businesses and providing IT support. But since 2008, the company has evolved into a provider of website design and digital marketing services.