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    win10 pro x64 ver. 1709 bld. 17046.1000
       #900

    Judge Judy refers to exaggerating your marketing as 'Puffing' - sly reference to 'Fluffing' and 'Fluffers'. (And i don't mean the crew that travels the London Underground (subway removing accumulated fuzz & dust bunnies). As in everything, Caveat Emptor.

    (I also prefer Firefox to all the others, no matter what the hype)
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       #901

    Firefox update kicks graphics speed up a notch

    Mozilla released on Tuesday a new version of its Firefox Quantum browser, boosting its graphics speed and improving a couple of new technologies designed to make the web more powerful.
    The browser, version 58, is the first major update since Mozilla's recovery plan hit full stride in November with the debut of Firefox Quantum. A decade ago, Firefox was running circles around Microsoft's Internet Explorer, but the browser market has become much more competitive now with the arrival of Google's Chrome and mobile phones.

    Speed is of the essence in Mozilla's recovery plan, and Firefox 58 does better than its predecessor in some graphics tasks by splitting work better across the multiple processor cores that computer chips have these days. The result should be scrolling that's smooth, uninterrupted by the stuttering that in computing circles goes by the disparaging term "jank."
    Firefox 58 gets graphics speed boost, web app abilities - CNET
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    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       #902

    @lehnerus2000

    We could go on I'm sure, but I don't want to interrupt this thread any longer out of courtesy. I said all I had to say.
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    W7 Ultimate SP1 (64 bit), LM 19.2 MATE (64 bit), W10 Home 1703 (64 bit), W10 Pro 1703 (64 bit) VM
       #903

    Tony K said:
    @lehnerus2000

    We could go on I'm sure, but I don't want to interrupt this thread any longer out of courtesy. I said all I had to say.
    Fair enough. :)

    These days (especially) to ascertain the truth about any issue, requires multiple (proven) independent sources, which unfortunately are difficult to find.
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  5. Posts : 153
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       #904

    Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are bringing back the browser wars
    https://venturebeat.com/2018/01/26/p...-browser-wars/
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  6. Posts : 153
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       #905

    Firefox Quantum vs Chrome: Are the tides shifting?

    There is not much you can do in Chrome that you can't do in Mozilla's Firefox Quantum.

    Firefox Quantum vs Chrome: Are the tides shifting? | ZDNet
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