firefox-browser.jpgFrom my experience, Firefox is the best browser out there for surfing the web. I speak from experience of using an Apple Macintosh computer from home and a Dell Windows computer from work. I use Firefox on both as opposed to Safari for the Mac and Internet Explorer for the Windows computer.

Tabbed browsing and fast load times are the features that intrigued me enough to try it years ago, but the most amazing thing about Firefox are the add-ons. What are add-ons, you say? Here it is from the Firefox site:

“Add-ons are small pieces of software that can add new features or tiny tweaks to your Firefox. They can add new search engines or change the look of Firefox with a new theme, or much more.”

This allows you to customize Firefox in ways you can’t imagine. They even give you a lift of some of their favorite add-ons to get you started. One of my favorite add-ons is StumbleUpon, which I will post about later, but just know it will eat up your free time so be careful when try it.

If you haven’t tried Firefox, download it and surf for a few days and see if you don’t love it as much as I do. Once you start searching through and adding the add-ons you’ll wonder how you surfed without them. You can read about Firefox’s features before you try it.

If you need more convincing, here is a site dedicated to helping you make the switch from Explorer to Firefox.

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