[QUOTE=TSJnachos117;2781656]If Mozilla really wants to save themselves some time, they should consider slimming Firefox down. They need to stop developing features no one wants in the first place. EME, and Pocket are both great examples of unwanted features, and are the reason I’m using Abrowser instead of Firefox.
As for Windows XP and Vista, that’s going to be a real problem for many users. I know a handful of people who haven’t upgraded from XP yet, and need modern browsers to browse the modern web. I also use Vista every once-in-a-while, mostly for Windows-only games, and occasionally need to browse the web for one reason or another.
Thank goodness GNU/Linux upgrades tend to be so much easier then Windows upgrades (not to mention free), since they sometimes have much shorter lifespans than Windows.[/QUOTE]Til those other broswer start to bite at the heels of FireFox they will not do that. Those other browser based on the source code should take it to Firefox but they don’t do that either so that will not help establish those Browsers. It’s about name brand, I use FireFox and don’t worry to much about those other parts - I just customize it and it has been working fine. And my plugins don’t die or stop or freeze - all are living just fine. Problem is if you have to many Distro the usage is so small there will never be a consensus to win over Windows users. That’s Linux problem right now so many Distro competing with each other doesn’t help to get it more accept or help users learn it sooner. If one looks at the overall pictures Windows holds the largest market share and iOS next and then a distant 3rd is Linux Distros that are fighting a 3rd place spot what they need to do is knock off iOS and then Windows will get worried.