Mozilla Firefox

 

Firefox is a web browser, examples of which you’ve certainly seen – you’re using one right now. It’s probably Internet Explorer, AOL, Netscape, or Safari, but they’re all basically the same thing. They render html code so that it looks all pretty, like the document you’re viewing now.

 

The distinctions Firefox has that cause me to use it are as follows: it’s completely free, and it’s incredibly customizable. As you can see in the picture below this paragraph, I have myself added a search bar for dictionary.com, along with many other websites like Amazon.com, Wikipedia, and Ebay, as well as a different skin and the all-to-useful Google search bar.

 

The geek news website Slashdot, as rendered by Firefox.