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Four Firefox Annoyances to Fix for 4.0

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Even though Firefox is my browser of choice, it’s not perfect. The 3.5 release has all kinds of great new features, but it still has a few flaws that could use addressing.

Actually, Firefox has a number of areas where it could be improved — but in many areas the fixes are provided by extensions. For example, lots of people disagree on how Tabs should be handled, so there are plenty of extensions that modify tab behavior.

But there are also some problem spots that aren’t easily fixed by extensions. Let’s take a look.

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