Microsoft Firefox

April 22, 2008 § 5 Comments

Yes, you read that right 😛 And you can find it at Microsoft Firefox. I was surfing the net when I came across this site. On first impression, it seemed like a giant hoax. It still seems like one, but is so funny that it had me smiling (would’ve burst out laughing, but then I’m in office). A sample from the site:

Microsoft Firefox 2007 was designed to be more streamlined and less cluttered with unnecessary items and options. Our goal was to maximize the screen real estate devoted to the desktop that you want to view and to reduce the amount of toolbar space that can sometimes take up as much as a third of the screen (Mozilla Firefox before Microsoft’s acquisition).
Most of the options you used previously in Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox are still there.  It’s simply been hidden and encrypted with 512bit protection, and thus cannot be accessed. There is however, a new Favorites Folder that contains your favorite websites, Real Simple Sex downloads, and browsing history. Make sure you explore the new toolbar to see all your options including margin manipulation, page view, settings, and more.

How do I install/uninstall Microsoft Firefox?

  1. Here and download the appropriate version of Microsoft Firefox compatible with your operating system.
  2. Follow the online instructions.
* Note: Previous installations of browsers such as Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, will automatically be overwritten. The removal of Microsoft Firefox from your system violates international copyright law. Therefore, you cannot legally uninstall Microsoft Firefox.
Do have a look at the features and also the “new” technology on offer. And the ad video is pretty good too. Also check out what is required to run it on your computer
These guys have a downloadable exe(installer) too. But I didn’t wanna try it out.
Do have a look at it before MS finds out and the website is shut down. 
And what is the feature that appeals to me? Well, the new RSS feature looks pretty solid 😉

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