I was using Firefox because it did not look like Chrome.
With version 29, it is plain that Firefox wants to look just like Chrome. Fine. What's the advantage in using Firefox, again?
I think Mozilla has lost its way. If they would develop some real features for Firefox, it might regain market share. Instead, they just continue to make unfortunate design blunders that will drive existing users away from Firefox.
Cluelessness is evident here. Chrome will always be the best Chrome. If
you want to become just like Chrome, guess what, users will choose the
I've made a decision.
Whenever I install a new system for my users, I'm going to install Chrome, whether the system is Windows or Linux. No need to mess around with Firefox anymore, because Firefox is just a Chrome wannabe, without the good Flash support.
It puzzles me why a big software company like Mozilla would go out of its way to render its flagship browser ugly and user-unfriendly. But then again, as demonstrated by their recent choice of CEO, clearly those people do not have the best judgement when it comes to strategy.