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Is Firefox Really Becoming Dispensable?

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Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols questioned whether the Mozilla Firefox web browser has a future in the web browsing market in a new commentary on ZDnet yesterday. Lets take a look at the points that he makes to better understand the argument.

He opens stating that Google Chrome is the browser that is innovating, while Mozilla is not really anymore with the Firefox web browser. He fails to produce evidence for that though. Chrome definitely has pushed other browser makers into concentrating on speed and performance of the browser, and it maybe even did introduce a minimalistic almost chromeless design.

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