Michael <email@example.com> writes:
>Since the earliest days of the Firefox browser I have updated with
>every new release,however these days I do not use Firefox as my main
>Because of the various changes being made to Firefox over the following
>few months which may have an impact on Flash and my extensions I will
>not be upgrading to 55.
>On this newsgroup in the past, some people have been using early
>releases of Firefox and I haven't read about people being subjected to
>viruses or whatever, is this so ?
I run version 26 (with a few extensions); I'm not aware of having
experienced any viruses or other malware. Whether this is due to running
XP (albeit with up-to-date (I think) virus software), or just being
careful (though not excessively so), I have no idea.
I do experience a fairly high proportion of pages not working,
especially if - as is usually the case - I don't run the browser
full-screen; it is usually formatting that breaks (sloppy page design),
I don't use complicated things like banking. I use Chrome if I really
want to look at a bad page. (The proportion that are unusable isn't
enough to stop me using Firefox, though.)
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