Firefox 3.5 First Impressions

I tried to make this post seem all technical, and give you the impression that I actually do research on this kind of stuff, but I’ll just be upfront and honest and tell you my RAW experience after upgrading to Firefox 3.5.

The first thing that I notice is how web pages load so quickly. By web pages I mean the two or three sites I randomly surfed to.

Before I upgraded, it’s click, wait, then the page will load.

Now it’s click, wa… and the page is already loaded before I blink.

The next thing I note is the built in support for open video formats. I guess this means no more downloading various video players.

Taking a closer look at the release notes, I’m excited to read that the browser engine has allowed possibilities for new exciting plugins.

Just a short note for today. I’m off to work.

P/S: Don’t burp if you’re wearing a medical mask. The concentrated and confined smell of curry spice, garlic and rice will make you faint

5 thoughts on “Firefox 3.5 First Impressions”

  1. I hope they release that soon! Sounds exciting…

    Of course I might still get slower performance because I always have 30+ tabs open.

    Adino: It’s already been released. How do you get 30+ tabs open!?

  2. I installed it yesterday
    Will try it for a few days, before I can tell

    Adino: Hope you have better experiences than me. Today when I used it, seems to have gone back to normal. Maybe next time I have to be more scientific.

  3. 30+ is probably a little exaggerated when I actually count them.., more like 28 tabs right now 🙂

    Adino: The only time I have so many tabs open, is when I’m playing Facebook games

  4. so good I also want

    Adino: It’s supposed to be improved and all, but honestly sometimes I can’t see the difference any more.

  5. The speed improvements are definitely impressive. According to Mozilla, Firefox 3.5 is more than twice as fast as Firefox 3, and ten times as fast as Firefox 2 based upon a SunSpider test of JavaScript performance. The new privacy and anti-malware features are also very helpful.

    Adino: Thanks for the information

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