Download FireFox 3

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You owe it to yourself to download FireFox 3, the free alternative to Internet Explorer.

Why? It's the responsible thing to do:
  • Less chance of stinking up your church computer because it is safer against viruses than IE.
  • Less chance of being "phished" and losing your privacy.
  • Help set a Guinness Book of World Record's....uh, record for most downloads in a single day. Gotta do it by noon EST!
  • AND IT IS FAST FAST FAST!!! Google Reader loads soooooo much faster that I got through my blog list faster...which leaves more time for Jesus.
Here's a power user's guide for the l33t readers of this blog.

Download today!
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4 comments:

pastorbecca June 19, 2008 at 8:32 AM  

okay, firefox guru, in IE, my default is to open several tabs at once at the startup. can I do that with firefox3?

Rev. Jeremy Smith June 19, 2008 at 8:50 AM  

Yes, mine is set up that way! In the HOME PAGE line under OPTIONS, put in several web pages seperated by the | thingy.

Like www.google.com|www.cnn.com|etc

Nathan Mattox June 26, 2008 at 11:19 PM  

I use firefox 2, and I expected it to just update on its own. When I went to the download page it said "firefox 3 for developers." Does that mean the program isn't developed yet?
One thing I dislike about firefox is that I can't copy something and then right click and paste it into the body of an email in yahoo. Maybe that's remedied in 3!

Rev. Jeremy Smith June 27, 2008 at 7:40 AM  

Nathan, here's the direct link: FireFox 3

I don't know about the yahoo thing...you yahoo you.

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