Firefox 3.6 (v3.6.28)

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Platform: Windows All
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Updated: March 13, 2012
License: Open Source

Description / Editor's Review

The award winning web broser Mozilla Firefox is originated by the Mozilla Program Collection and handled by Mozilla Corporation.  In Europe, Firefox is the most popular browser with 60% usage.

Firefox 3.6 released on January 21st, 2010,and the final Firefox 3.6.28 released on March 13th, 2012.

ToMozilla firefox show websites, Firefox works by using the Gecko layout engine, which implements most current web standards together with a number of features which are meant to assume most likely inclusions in the standards.

The most recent Mozilla Firefox features contain tabbed browsing, spell checking, incremental find, live bookmarking, a download manager, private browsing, location-aware browsing (also called “geolocation”) based solely on a Google service and an incorporated search system that utilizes Google by default in most localizations. Functions can be added through plug-ins, developed by third-party designers, of which there’s a big selection, a feature that has attracted a lot of Firefox’s users.

Firefox runs on various operating systems such as Windows, Linux system, Mac Os X, FreeBSD, and many other systems.Firefox’s source code is tri-licensed under the GNU GPL, GNU LGPL, or Mozilla Public License.

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41 reviews on “Firefox 3.6”

  1. FF 3.6.28 is the best for me. Is quick and i do not remember the last time that it crashed. It works perfect, unless the stupid and constant warnings to force the upgrading.
    The new versions are a pieces of crap. Crashes all the time and are not compatible with the best add-ons and so on.
    Who sure me that are not made by googles’ or windows’ guys? So many upgrades smell like a windows staff, isn’t it?
    I’d try change the ff system and unmarked the option in the ff tools, but nothing. After a while the boring warning cames on ff starts.
    What i need to do to stop these constant warnings?

  2. The ff 3.6.xx is the best.
    How can we disable the annoying warning to upgrade to the new 12 or 13 or 1X versions?
    There was 2 times that my ff was upgraded without my permission…
    Luckily i have the original installer…

    1. Select “Tools” and “Options” then choose “Advanced” and “Update.”Find the portion of the “Update” section and you can disable auto updates there.

  3. I’m not feeling the new Firefox.
    I like the older Firefox the 3.5 & 3.6
    Maby its just me.I have talked with some
    friends in they feel the same way.It douse
    not seem to be as fast as the 3.5 in 3.6!
    They clam it is BUT!I dont think so.
    over all i do love firefox always have.
    Internet Explorer Sucks!In i cant say much
    about Google Chrome because it just SUCKS!
    I download it one time in that was one to
    many.It seemed to mass with my P.C.In i’m
    not the only one.Well anyways thats how i
    feel about Firefox in the rest over all
    Firefox Wins every time FIREFOX is The
    best Browzer!:)

  4. I honestly do not exactly like the look of Chrome and I really hope that there will be an ability to go back to the classic theme. I do not care if it is addon or anything. Anyway, I find that Firefox can be just as fast as Chrome’s startup with the “Remeber my History for __ days” under Privacy in Preferences/Options and
    changing it to 3 days instead of 90. Firefox is plenty fast with that enabled.

  5. Firefox is so much less stable than Chrome right now. It crashes far too often, even with just the basic add-ons. Now that WOT works on Chrome, I am sticking with it for general browsing. FF is all but a backup browser for me now.

  6. Mozilla firefox is the best web browser; not merely regarding it’s speed or security but also for it’s unlimited Add-ons.Needless to say there exists this web browser what are known as Ice weasel, that i enjoy it simply because of it’s precisely firefox utilizing KDE matches.

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