Mozilla suffers growing pains

Thursday, 22 September 2005, 12:10 PM EST

The Mozilla Foundation's Firefox browser successfully took market share away from software giant Microsoft's Internet Explorer over the past 18 months, but has found that popularity comes with growing pains.

When Microsoft fixes problems, the public generally doesn't know about them. For Firefox, the nature of the process means that we know what gets fixed.

By Robert Lemos at The Register.

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