Sorry, but I find that a condescending statement and personally insulting - I as many others did as it was asked, uninstalled first and had nearly all the issues simply because the name is different. So no, you are totally incorrect. If it was that important the installer should have been programmed to refuse to install when discovering an older version - app development 101!
You mean "lose" unless you were frightened to set your tabs free to roam the world unhindered
Or fixing even more problems by going back and having them never to return. Many have probably either not bothered with v14 yet or have gone back to v13 waiting for a proper release.
What evolution - the coding is still Mozilla's Firefox and this project will pretty much die in the near future once Mozilla themselves start to release 64bit versions. The writing's on the wall and I'm sure they'll the appreciate the efforts of this project to make their own release as good if not better.
Yes it is - you try dealing with support calls for people because of such "cosmetic" things. It's these kinds of issues that make the product look untested and unprofessional, neither of which are true, but that's the impression given.
Yes they are, and WF 14 seems to have these also - I've never had WF processes crash on me so many times, in fact v13 never did that I can recall.
The WF updater or even what Mozilla uses have not been popular with me either, but at least it's not as insidious as Google's Chrome updater - a real pain to remove. The updater should be an installer option so we can choose to not use it.
Also is Waterfox a "fork" of Firefox? If not, then the name should remain Firefox as it's purely a recompile of the official source code - what add-on or 3rd party app developer is going to support a niche version of Firefox just because their code is looking for the official executable name.
"condescending statement and personally insulting" ha ha ha. did I make you cry?
You seem to talk very bad about WF. Why do you use it if it is so bad? There are other browsers out there. I am glad WF exists as Mozilla and Google dont have the b...s to release a x64 version of FF or Chrome. WF14 works perfectly for me.
If you have your degree in "app development" and know so much about "forks", why dont you "recompile" your own FF?
Be warned, there might have been some more grammar or spelling mistakes in this post.