A release candidate (meaning not totally final) has been made available of the Mozilla Firefox 0.9 browser. I just grabbed it and have been using it for about 20 minutes. You may remember I recently made a post about the new Firefox look, and while it isn’t as bad I expected, I still miss the Qute thing. Perhaps this new Winstripe theme just has to grow on me. I’ll give it a chance. I do have to point out that I love how it handles the look of the tabs. They look like real tabs (sort of like how it’s done on this site.) Neat!
I love how it handles themes and extensions, it makes the feature more user-friendly and even more easy to use. The amount of extensions available for Firefox is astounding, it truly makes the browser the best in the world. Extensions I regularly get are Tabbrowser Extension, Web Developer, TinyURL Creator, and Compact Menu. The amount of themes available isn’t so overwhelming, but they’re quality works. You’d be hard-pressed not to find a good look for your browser. There’s just no excuse to use any other browser, if you ask me.