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Full user review
"good. but ..."
It is of course everything everybody says it is so there is no need to get into that.
Undoubtedly the slowest browser in starting. But, and that is more serious, it has become a very unstable programme and crashes very often. So much so that I am considering switching back to Opera (although that has its disadvantages to). It makes me suspect that FF is a victim of its own succes. Too much time spent on inventing new gadgets and forgetting the stability?