These posts shouldn't be here
Just installed Firefox 2.0b. A lot of my extensions do not work but the big one is the link in the tool bar for Thunderbird. I Really liked that link.
I love Firefox, but I have been told by average users that they like IE better because it is easier to use. I think that the default toolbar configuration needs to include the buttons for print preview, print, new window, new tab, full screen, history, and e-mail. This would make these features a lot easier to access for the average user (which don't usually know that these buttons can be added). Also maybe give the user the option to install some of the most useful extensions during the Firefox setup. For example IE tab.
Because I think Firefox is the best browser and I would like to see everyone useing it, I hope you make it more appealing to the average user.
Thanks for reading this, Tesla - Firefox user
New features for end users
It sounds VERY bad. Marketing bullshit, sorry :( I'd remove that part if we really only want to say that everything is better and smoother than ever. --Gandalf 16:07, 13 September 2006 (PDT)
Feel free to rewrite it if you think of something better to say. :)--Sheppy 20:47, 13 September 2006 (PDT)
Blog review of the new features for developers
I've written some propaganda about the general direction that FF is taking in an effort to appeal to corporate IT types. It is basically an opinion piece which reviews the stuff already listed on this wiki page. In the spirit of said marketing bullshit, it is entitled "Firefox 2.0: the enterprise client OS for Web 2.0". Here is the blog http://devhed.blogspot.com/2007/01/f...s-for-web.html Please leave any comments/feedback at the blog site if you want me to respond.