Like a few users, I got Firefox 4 a day early and started using it immediately on my computers. It’s my main browser on Windows and I use it also on my mac. I tend to use Safari a lot for short queries.
- Speed. It’s darn fast. They say between 3× to 6× faster than the previous version. I have to agree.
- Streamlined minimal interface: really nice to have something with a low footprint, that doesn’t get in the way of browsing.
- Back button history list: you can access this by right-clicking the back button. I use it often enough and I had to Google how to find it again.
- Not compatible with some of my add ons and extensions, including Skype (which they’ll probably fix), Delicious (which they won’t, ie sunsetting!), DevonThinkPro, and Kaspersky URL Advisor (which I don’t really use).
- When I type in an address and it recognizes it from the history, I only have to hit enter to go to it. In Firefox, I have to select it with the arrow key first.
- The most visited gallery reminds me of Chrome, but it’s pretty good to have it open by default.
- Safari doesn’t remember the zoom level for webpages, as Firefox does. It’s a pain to have to do this manually every single time.