What I don't like is how every few seconds the CPU usage spikes up and Firefox becomes unresponsive for a second or two. What's up with that?
us being the final beta testers?
I havent tried 29 yet (but now I've checked the 'About', it looks like I will after the next restart...)
That's what I thought too, then I went and changed my settings to ask before installing any updates and then deleted the contents of the folder whose name was in all caps, sitting in C:\Users\[NAME]\AppData\Local\Mozilla\updates before restarting Firefox.
That will stop the update dead in its tracks, if you have accidentally triggered it and haven't restarted your browser yet.
Firefox is no longer my default browser. Pale Moon it is.Do you still use K-Meleon?
On occasion, I do, but for the most part, I have been using Firefox for quite awhile. It depends on the specs of the machine I am using at the moment, and what work I am required to do.
Regarding the the Firefox button changing to a "Hamburger button" - I'm running FF 28 and I don't see a Firefox button, so I guess I won't miss it.
In fact, from looking at the screenshots in the GHacks article, it looks like the only thing I'd notice in a move to v29 is the new rounded corners on the tabs. I wonder what's wrong with my v28 install?
Oh, it would be a MAJOR
change for me.
Imported my Firefox profile to Pale Moon and it is about identical now to what I had in Firefox (with the addition of the RSS icon in the address bar):Firefox 29 - soooooo similar to Chrome
And I just cleaned up the bookmarks toolbar, today. So it's only 2 rows, instead of 3 showing and scrolling to see the rest, which is what it was when I woke up this morning.
But you guys should expect as much from me, knowing how I keep my taskbar.