While we don't generally condone mob-like behavior, we believe it's alright to make an exception for exceptional cases. Take Mozilla Firefox for example; it's one of the greatest products released in our time, providing new innovative ways to browse the web, a community driven by thousands of add-ons, and oodles more security than the majority of other browsers. See a condensed list of fixes and changes as well as an update to their race to beat the Guinness world record for downloads.
From TechCrunch, you have:
- Much faster load times
- Fixed memory leak problem in Firefox 2
- An "Awesome Bar" (aka smart location bar) that suggests sites you've visited before or bookmarked when you type a URL into the address bar.
- Better security against phishing and malware
- One-click bookmarking
- Offline capabilities
- Built-in spell-check and session restore capabilities (like Firefox 2)
- Cool zoom-in feature
- Looks better on a Mac