Firefox 8, Gets My Approval
Andy Ruffell / 7 years ago
While this world continues to become more reliant on computers, and other popular devices. Software is either something we love or hate.
While we as people tend to like as much automation as possible within our software. Some things should still left to be controlled by the users. Whether you are a power user, or a simple I know how to use a computer kind of, type of person. One problem that we all face is a lack of control over software add-ons. A good example to go along with this would be when you install Adobe Shockwave. If you are like me, you click through things at a rate of forgetting to remove a check on a box or two. Suddenly you are surprised to see the Yahoo toolbar on your browser of choice. However, Firefox 8 is putting a stop to unapproved add-ons. In order for an add-on to work in Firefox 8 you will be prompted as to whether or not allow it by Firefox, not the application installer that is of a third party origin.
Control, people in power love it, and those of us that are not in power want it. Firefox 8, gives you control over your browser add-ons.