Firefox & Thunderbird Rule

I started using Firefox instead of M$’s IE quite a few months ago and was instantly impressed. Not just by its standard set of features but also by the range of extensions and themes available for it. At last, if you think a feature is well, less than useful, you no longer have to have it installed and activated by default!

Last week, I decided to add Thunderbird to my PC. I was instantly impressed with it too and have now given Outlook the boot. I never really liked it as an e-maiil client and used it for its mainly for its Calendar an Contacts. That too has fallen from “favour” as I have acquired a new palmone PDA and have switched to using the Palm Desktop for all my diary and contact management needs.

If you haven’t tried out Firefox and Mozilla, go here, download them and try them out!

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