OK, that's enough, guys. FF does have a forum of its own...
You know that this forum's search is far from ideal and by spawning threads about FF's issues, it'll get even harder for users to find correct solutions to their problems.
Since Opera went down the Chrome route, I've been using Maxthon. I've found it to be a little faster than Firefox, and with very few crashes. Maxthon does have a lot of skins, but not many extensions - for that, Firefox is unbeatable, and much better than either Opera or Chrome.
Opera 26 has I think, still got quite a long way to go before I can use it as my main browser.
If you are looking for a browser that's like Opera 12 you might like Otter - http://otter-browser.org/
I'm guessing there's a reason you mentioned me here. Why is anybody's wild guess. Do you, by chance, think I support "security theater" that molests grandmas and little children while doing nothing to stop actual terrorists?
Oh, man!!! I must be furiously old-fashioned. The only device injuries I seem to get come from not being as careful as I should be around power tools.
The last incident at least wasn't too bad-- I was using a Roto-Zip bit in my Dremel Motor-tool (advertized speed around 30,000 rpm) and got the tip a little too close to my finger. Fortunately it only just barely touched and I only got a slight nick out of it (really slight, if I didn't know it had touched no one would know) but--- that's my recent "device injury" story.
Mozilla added DuckDuckGo for everyone themselves along with a recent update
The first thing we’ve done to give our users more control is to add DuckDuckGo as a pre-installed search option in Firefox for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android. Search is an integral, and deeply personal, part of online life. The things you search for can say a lot about who you are. DuckDuckGo gives you search results without tracking who you are or what you search for. Other engines may use tracking to enhance your search results, but we believe that’s a choice you should get to make for yourself.
Well, my SD in nothing special - if we do not count my "unusual" tools layout: tile's set to auto - so having 8 columns (I have more than 40 tiles), a Google search-bar at the top... And a custom wallpaper from my own photos (2011)
Well La-di-da... good find!
Thanks for the info
I'm thinking more along the lines of a Windows based tablet, but only time will tell...
It's hard to replace a desktop for tablet when graphic/web design is involved.
My wife recently replaced her Dell desktop with a Surface Pro 3 and she loves it.