I trust FireFox in a way that I'll never be able to trust Internet Explorer again. IE's famous pattern of security breeches is legion among those of us who have been computing for a long time)
Even if FireFox stumbles, I have Chrome to fall back on. Opera is viable too, so one need never subject themselves to IE at all, unless you like an occasional flogging.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
I live in FireFox and only fire up IE when I absolutely have to. It's always good to hear about the latest developments from Mozilla. I've often wondered, though, how does Mozilla make money? Maybe it's an obvious answer that I'm overlooking, but I'd be curious to know.
Hopefully they will fix their memory leak issues. I will be giving it a try again to see if I can be pulled away from Chrome.
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