Why keep to the default browser?

I'm pleased to see from the traffic stats that fully 25.5% of viewers of the Hermeneutic of Contintuity are using Firefox. But this is not enough!

It is very simple. Firefox is free and open-source. It takes up vastly less hard disk space (4.9Mb download) and RAM. You can have tabbed browsing (open pages in tabs instead of, or in addition to, new windows). It is more secure. It offers better privacy. It is customisable. It accords better with Catholic Social Teaching than the popular browser. It keeps to the W3C standards and is therefore more accessible. It does not kill baby seals or foxes.

Why are you not using Firefox?

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