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Mozilla Firebird Wins First Place in Maximum PC's Second Annual Softy Awards

Sunday January 4th, 2004

Wes Holton writes: "Mozilla Firebird is featured in the January 2004 issue of Maximum PC. It won first place in the MaxPC 2nd Annual Softy Awards. This showcases Maximum PC's staff favorite software of the year. Firebird 0.7 was also included on the CD accompanied with the magazine."

The January 2004 issue of Maximum PC is available from US newsstands for $4.99. International subscriptions are available.


#1 Online?

by WillyWonka

Sunday January 4th, 2004 12:47 PM

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Is there no online version of the article?

#2 Only a good thing.

by ksheka

Sunday January 4th, 2004 3:27 PM

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This can only be described as a good thing. Not just the top pick of their staff, but the fact that they give a copy on a free CD. A *lot* of people try out stuff on free CDs, especially when they're talked about in magazine articles.

#3 nice

by danyjay <danyjayw@hotmail.com>

Thursday February 19th, 2004 8:52 PM

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one word: rocks!

#4 Wow...

by siokaos

Thursday March 18th, 2004 11:19 AM

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The Wintel-Pushing "Maximum PC" folks have probably ran out of bloatware to review. I'm impressed.

#5 It must be usable.....

by dylanw

Friday May 7th, 2004 9:53 AM

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It must be usable because I installed FireFox on my girlfriends Windows box and she's using it now in prefference to Internet Explorer. I myself use it myself on Gentoo Linux.

Cheers, Dylan

#6 Outstanding

by xinu <steven@xinu.org>

Friday June 25th, 2004 9:06 PM

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It's about time that Mozilla has gotten some coverage. Now when I recommend it to clients over IE (or IE2) they may not stare blankly.

#7 Better browsing without fear...

by AKhandyman

Thursday July 1st, 2004 8:42 PM

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When my Internet Explorer got hijacked on the web, I was ready to throw in the towel and never go online again, that is until I tried Firefox ver 0.9. Now I can surf the web without fear of my privacy being invaded or having my computer hijacked by criminals. Thank you very much.

#8 An excellent product indeed

by vignesh

Tuesday August 31st, 2004 5:39 PM

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I really appreciate the firefox team for an excellent job done! My PC was almost unusable running IE with the numerous spyware that exploited it to the extent that I thought of formatting and reinstalling everything again. The worst thing was I could not uninstall and reinstall IE and at this stage I was cursing Microsoft. I heard about forefox from a friend and since then all my browser nightmares haver come to an end. Browsing the internet has never been better.

#9 ROCK ON!

by JaggedEdge

Tuesday August 31st, 2004 9:09 PM

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Firefox is godly, rised out from the hellish enviorment of Time Warner to give us the almighty Firefoxx, for that i am grateful to all the employess of Mozilla and anyone else who helped design and make this program a reality,i had found myself reloading 2000 pro about once every 2 weeks (yeh yeh yeh i no its windoze :( im ashamed ), but then i say hey whats this Mozilla eh.....heard lots never tried it so i load it up and wow everything is just so much easier, i been usn mozilla since febuary and that lil article in MaximumPC is prolly one of the most infulencing things that made say hey lets try it out. All in all MOZILLA ROX THIS WORLD!! !_! o_0 !_! I hope you guys decide to take a seat and stay a while, u been around pretty long but now ur just phenomenal.

#10 No eBay

by bhw <barrie91@btopenworld.com>

Tuesday September 7th, 2004 3:13 AM

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I have looked all over but I can not find where to ask a question so here goes, I can not access eBay and some other sites with Mozilla, I have Winxp and ZoneAlarm. When I turn ZA off I can so what should I do.N