Joel Spolsky endorses Mozilla Firebird
In a recent entry at Joel on
Software, Joel says that we finally have a browser that will work
as a drop-in replacement for IE. There’s no reason to use IE for
day-to-day browsing any more.
“All the little problems are fixed. It loads fast. It’s not ugly and
clunky. My beloved Alt+D/Ctrl+Enter work perfectly. NT
challenge/response authentication is supported. And there are new
features, too: tabbed browsing, which is better than it sounds.
Incremental search, which is brilliant and I already can’t live
without. Text size adjustments that always work. A download manager.
Excellent cookie management.”
Amen to that.