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Originally Posted by Zero4549;14290328 
So... in other words, Mozilla finally realized that Chrome's success was NOT due to it's constant revisions but rather on being a superior platform.

So now instead of releasing Firefox 12 by the end of the year, their new strategy is to copy all the key marketing points that were originally used for chrome? *shrug* well whatever floats their boat. FF had a good run, glad I've moved on.

Where in the article did it say Mozilla is bailing out on the accelerated release cycle? Plus, they've been planning to implement multiprocessing for awhile now, this isn't new. They've made their points why a multiprocessed browser makes sense, whether or not they're "copying" Chrome, they're creating a better browser. smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
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Thought it said multiprocessor for a second there. This is good news. Will they ever see the glory like in the 2.x days? I miss being on a fast browser with a lot of plug ins. Oh well, Chrome it is.
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Originally Posted by Zero4549;14290328 
So... in other words, Mozilla finally realized that Chrome's success was NOT due to it's constant revisions but rather on being a superior platform.

So now instead of releasing Firefox 12 by the end of the year, their new strategy is to copy all the key marketing points that were originally used for chrome? *shrug* well whatever floats their boat. FF had a good run, glad I've moved on.

Sir, have you heard of Vista's similarities to OS X? : D
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post #23 of 69
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Originally Posted by Zero4549;14290328 
So... in other words, Mozilla finally realized that Chrome's success was NOT due to it's constant revisions but rather on being a superior platform.

So now instead of releasing Firefox 12 by the end of the year, their new strategy is to copy all the key marketing points that were originally used for chrome? *shrug* well whatever floats their boat. FF had a good run, glad I've moved on.

That's as ridiculous as saying Chrome got its start by being a copy to Firefox's tabbed browsing. ninja.gif
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post #24 of 69
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Originally Posted by Zero4549;14290328 
So... in other words, Mozilla finally realized that Chrome's success was NOT due to it's constant revisions but rather on being a superior platform.

So now instead of releasing Firefox 12 by the end of the year, their new strategy is to copy all the key marketing points that were originally used for chrome? *shrug* well whatever floats their boat. FF had a good run, glad I've moved on.

lol you do realise google copied the hell out of FF/Opera/IE right ?
By superior I'd think twice.
They are superior mainly because they are saving every single click about what you are doing, I'm pretty sure they are even people watching you browsing the net.
I don't trust google except for their search engine.


Look what they did with their google map car, they stole thousands of private information.
Now they are on your phone, on your computer, soon as your Operation system.
post #25 of 69
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Originally Posted by BlackVenom;14295431 
Thought it said multiprocessor for a second there. This is good news. Will they ever see the glory like in the 2.x days? I miss being on a fast browser with a lot of plug ins. Oh well, Chrome it is.



Sir, have you heard of Vista's similarities to OS X? : D

Sir, have you heard of OS X's similarity to Xerox (still has the same basic layout!)?
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I don't trust google except for their search engine.

Look what they did with their google map car, they stole thousands of private information.
Now they are on your phone, on your computer, soon as your Operation system.

Isn't this what you fear-mongering kiddies at the tin-foil-hat club were saying about microsoft a few years ago? Guess the OS on your sig rig is just to throw off the FBI eh?

PS - they track your google searches for porn too.
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post #27 of 69
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Originally Posted by Abs.exe;14295649 
lol you do realise google copied the hell out of FF/Opera/IE right ?
By superior I'd think twice.
They are superior mainly because they are saving every single click about what you are doing, I'm pretty sure they are even people watching you browsing the net.
I don't trust google except for their search engine.


Look what they did with their google map car, they stole thousands of private information.
Now they are on your phone, on your computer, soon as your Operation system.

The privacy policy is pretty clear and it's not exactly difficult to see what kind of information is requested and sent out by a browser. I also don't see how you say you can't trust Googles products and yet trust the actual service they power most of their marketing from.

No other browser has the architecture that Chromium is built on and that's what the thread is about.
post #28 of 69
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Originally Posted by Zero4549;14294841 
I'd point out that a particular fanboy is pissy because his once-great browser of choice is now playing catch-up to both the latest newcomer to the market, the old and once inept grandfather, AND just about every other flavor save the one that wasn't actually build for your operating system...

Id do that, but you wouldn't get it.

I refuse to respond to this flamebait, not only because you don't have any idea which browser I use.
post #29 of 69
I use Firefox because it had AdBlock and Chrome is missing so many of the features I'm used to. Prefer Opera and IE to Chrome to be honest.
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Originally Posted by Zero4549;14295743 
Isn't this what you fear-mongering kiddies at the tin-foil-hat club were saying about microsoft a few years ago? Guess the OS on your sig rig is just to throw off the FBI eh?

PS - they track your google searches for porn too.

The criminal suits being brought by the German authorities are tin foil hattery indeed, those damned German fear mongering kiddies at the department of justice and their tin foil hat laws! They should just bend over to the corporatocracy and take it.

And yes, Google track and store everything. When a company needs a motto like "Don't be evil" it should be clear what their one and only goal is.
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