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Old 05-05-2011, 08:03 PM   #17
Kayza
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If it actually does run faster — if it does “accelerate the way you use the web” — I might like that. In my experience, Firefox is slow (slower than Chrome, Opera, even Safari).
In a real way, it does, because it makes it easier for me to do what I need to do. And, having all sorts of gunk blocked from the get go also speeds things up because I find visual clutter distracting.
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I am not even minutely interested in personas, however. Or skins.
I don't use them at work - they don't add any value. At home, though, I share my computer, so having a different skins / personas is nice, because it's a nice visual signal of who is logged on. However, I would not make my choice based on Personas and skins.
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