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If they can get ad-block intergrated, I might convert Google-ism. I'm already a Google fanboy, that would be the last step.
They're so one person can switch between Firefoxes that are configured differently. You can have a work profile with your work bookmarks, and a home profile with home bookmarks.
You should make separate user accounts in your OS for you, your father, and your sister, Then you wouldn't have this problem.
Oh shit, is their mind control finally working?
I also LOVE the feature on the new tab section that displays your recently closed tabs. I've had it a few times where I accidentally close a tab I did not want to close, this makes it very easy to go back.
I also LOVE the feature on the new tab section that displays your recently closed tabs. I've had it a few times where I accidentally close a tab I did not want to close, this makes it very easy to go back.Doesn't Firefox already do this in the History Menu?
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*steps away from Chrome until the EULA is changed.*
Edit- Oh, Chrome doesn't let you bookmark RSS feeds like ChromeFirefox does. Disappointing.
And Ctrl+F12, and right-click the tab-bar and select "Undo close tab".
Scott, as for Firebug. Chrome has a built-in web development tools. You can access them by right clicking on a page and selecting Inspect Element.
I've seen there's only been one comment about the lack of NoScript which is usually (on Slashdot at least) held to be the other "must-have" extension for browsing.