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This Mozilla: Firefox, Thunderbird, and SeaMonkey Discussion Board...

... no longer includes discussion of the Mozilla Suite which is no longer supported. It does include discussion of SeaMonkey, an all-in-one Internet application suite, containing a web browser, a mail and newsgroups client, an HTML editor, web development tools, and an IRC chat client in a single software package.

The Browser Wars ...

... are still in swing The combatants are Google's Chrome, Microsoft's Internet Explorer, Mozilla's Firefox, Opera, Safari, and others. The Browser Wars will NOT be fought on this moderated board, however.

This board is dedicated to constructive discussion of the open source, standards based, products from MOZILLA.ORG, and particularly the Firefox Browser, Thunderbird e-mail client, and SeaMonkey. User experiences are welcome.

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The first post to this board provides Wikipedia's exceptional overview of Firefox, but that overview is constantly updated and the latest version is always available here:

The second and third posts discuss the 'Rise and Fall of The Netscape Empire' that have led to the Firefox Resurrection.

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2400Oh good! We can commiserate together. I wonder why it happens.Carolyn-October 19
2399You're not alone. It happens to me three times a day when I'm actively oJerry Held-October 19
2398Operating Windows 10 I use Firefox as my browser. Periodically, and now more freCarolyn-October 19
2397Windows XP users: Your last supported refuge in Firefox ends in 2018, says MozilDoug Coughlan-October 5
2396Top Firefox Add-ons, and their WebExtensions Status ghacks.netTimF-August 31
2395Ad blocking is under attack 11 August 2017 on Industry news Well, this is TimF-August 29
2394As for ad blockers and sites that detect them. I'd like to see the ability TimF-August 29
2393Is undetectable ad blocking possible? Posted 2017-04-19 This announcement by thTimF-August 29
2392Another view - ------------ WebExtensions API & NoScript TimF-August 29
2391Firefox will only support WebExtensions by the end of 2017 By Martin BrinkmannTimF-August 29
2390A Mozilla Timeline ... - Eric L. - Eric L-June 7
2389Firefox Bounces Back! December 12, 2016 by Jim Hillier Following a year of TimF-January 27
2388Firefox Trashes SSDs With Constant Writes November 11, 2016 by Richard PedersenTimF5January 27
2387Thank you.Carolyn-10/25/2016
2386yes..............but i haven't used it yet. Installed easily and cleanly.Neeka-10/25/2016
2385Did you install?Carolyn-10/25/2016
2383Thanks...I'll wait a few days and re-install Firefox and see what happens. Honey_Bee17/6/2016
2382I don't get that screen anymore. After several appearances followed by my sKen Adams-7/6/2016
2381It also tells me the site is contaminated. I know not to click on it so all I caHoney_Bee-7/6/2016
2380I'm getting that every time I open Firefox this morning. I uninstalled and rHoney_Bee-7/6/2016
2379Thank you, Kirk! Just as I guessed. I've gotten so suspicious of stuff I dKen Adams-7/2/2016
2378Search "urgent firefox update" at Mozilla and find: support.mozilla.oKirk ©17/2/2016
2377I got this the other day on my laptop. I decided it wasn't legit because ofKen Adams-7/2/2016
2376Race conditions in security dialogs I discovered arbitrary code executTimF-5/15/2016
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