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    "Still the obvious "fake" positives reviews from CNET"

    January 18, 2010  |   By Vanillaman

    Pros

    None whatsoever

    Cons

    It strikes as amazing about how brazen CNET really is. I was always loyal to CNET for 5 years up until it was discovered that they publishing "fake" positive reviews on Freezefox, and being totally and obviously biased in Mozilla favour.

    Summary

    In spite of its increasing slowness to a snails pace, CNET still supports this garbage. Stiil, at least it has been pushed into second place in browser battle, altho it should be last, and even if it was, CNET would still give it 5 stars.

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  • Reply by zendogs on February 4, 2010

    I think you're the one who is biased and fake. Do you even try the software you pan? As a web developer, I much prefer Firefox. It's fast, reliable and so many tools that help me in my work.

  • Reply by hogmeister on January 20, 2010

    You're a king pratt
    Stop moaning and use IE then!

  • Reply by mark bevan on January 19, 2010

    P.S. So many other people are fed up with your constant negative reviews, about all the software you download and use.

  • Reply by mark bevan on January 19, 2010

    Please Vanillaman, go and bury your head in the sand somewhere! About 90% of all your reviews are negative (not just reviews about Firefox, but all software) you claim to be an IT expert, but you constantly have problems with Firefox. Don't use it! Use IE8 instead, but you were slating that in the past too! Every time you write the same trash, and then slag people off after with your rude comments. All you are trying to do is provoke a reaction, and get yourself some attention.
    You always say CNET is so bad, use Filehippo or Majorgeek for your future downloads.

  • Reply by wyzwyk on January 18, 2010

    Vanillaman ..... More talk of "fake" positive reviews? Oh please, will you ever stop with that nonsense? It has grown old. Why does Firefox run so slowly on your computer? Don't you feed the hamsters? Firefox 3.5.7 runs stable and lightning fast on my machine, and I am not the only one. Perhaps you're just one of those people who are perpetually challenged by all things technical. Do you have a problem with the washing machine too?

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