Flock: Yet another Web Browser…
November 20, 2007 § Leave a comment
Update December 23, 2007:
Soon enough I will be switching back to Firefox, to be exact, Firefox 3.0.
Why? Firefox version 3.0 is ridiculously fast. Faster loading time, faster loading tab, and faster rendering.
When? As soon as Firebug is ported to FX 3.0.
Yes, I know… another web browser… as if there’s not enough of them, but let me explain why Flock might be a nice replacement of your Firefox.
Yes, you heard that right.
Flock might be a nice suitable replacement of Firefox. Firefox is nice even before Firebug. With Firebug, it has become irreplaceable.
Firebug is the Office for Microsoft, OS X for Apple, and Myspace for the Internet in the eye of teenagers. Therefore it is impossible for me to switch browsers. Until I came up with this way belated idea.
Why not use some other Gecko-based web browsers that can still use Firebug.
Thus, I installed Flock. Once you can get by the cluttered-default interface (which you can disabled), Flock seemed to be a great candidate as Firefox replacement. It has been 3 days since I use it and it hasn’t crashed yet.
Readers should try Flock, you might like it.