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Posted 09 November 2004 - 11:10 PM
Mozilla hopes to capture more than 10 percent of the browser market in 2005.Having launched the much-awaited version 1.0 of the Firefox browser on Tuesday, the Mozilla Foundation is busy planning future enhancements to the open-source product, including the possibility of integrating it with a variety of desktop search tools. The foundation also wants to place Firefox in PCs through original equipment manufacturer (OEM) deals with PC hardware vendors and to continue to sharpen the product's pop-up ad-blocking technology.
As innovate as the programmers at Moz are, you can bet they are going to continue to improve the product they are so passionate about, just as they have the Mozilla suite over the last year or so.
I am extremely happy about the grass root support FF has received. It is time users took back the web and made it standard-compliant.
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