This year will bring big changes for add-on development, changes that we believe are essential to safety and performance, but will require most add-ons to …
Please Mozilla, don’t be Google.
If you read the Mozilla Manifesto, each of the effects can affect the manifesto by requiring addons to be signed. You will see why.
N.B.: Just change the “Internet” to “Mozilla Addons”.
“This is as confusing as the reliability of statistics. When you see the
Firefox website, IE website, even Safari website, it will show that they
are the best (e.g. Safari is the fastest in the data on its site).
Instead, Google Chrome says it is fast, without any data. If Google
Chrome says fast only, what about other Chromium-based browser such as
Citrio and SRWare Iron?”
Before I replied this to a article in a GeekSided.com article I looked up three websites.
- Apple Safari’s page–Faster than Chrome and Firefox
- Mozilla Firefox’s page–Faster than ever
- Microsoft’s IE page–Faster than Chrome, Firefox & Opera
They said that they are the best. Now, see the following websites
Google Chrome and Opera are both chromium based-browsers, and both says a fast and free browser without any statistics.
Chrome, Firefox, Opera: Themes
In the above image, Google Chrome wins the personalization. You can personalize from the frame to the bottom tooltip. Then, in Firefox you can only personalize the header and footer. Finally, Opera only allows you to change the background image of their special pages, such as Speed Dial, Options, Settings, etc.
Even though there are problems while viewing some pages such as Google+ on Spartan, the fixed name for the project Spartan is Edge. Still do not have any idea why it is called Edge, not IE12 such as from Opera Next to Opera Beta, while the results are shipped to the Opera browser itself.
A: Yes, there are actually many chromium-based browsers since chromium is open source project, such as SRWare Iron and Dragon browser. However, some elements are not as same as Google Chrome because Google modifies the element, for example the bookmarking experience.