Seems like I am frequently getting security updates for Microsoft's Internet Explorer. In my search for a "safer" browser, I've landed on Mozilla's Firefox 1.0.
So far, I like it a lot. It's quick, functional, and for now it's not the target of hackers like IE. I'm also playing around with Sage, the add on extension which serves as a news/RSS feed aggregator. So far, I like it better than Pluck.
Here's the review at cNet's download.com.
Here's the link to some user reviews. (96% positive at the time of this post)
Another article at Red Nova.
Microsoft's take at ABC Science Online.
A blogger's review.
Use the button in the left column, or the banner above if you'd like to download it for a test drive. It's free.
I'd be interested to hear from any geeks and techies out there about their experiences and suggestions as well as any other users with comments, + or -.