Sounds like Microsoft's "Get the facts Campaign" concerning Linux. Don't see the point since firefox is free anyway, no one is forced to use it. Just a bunch of sad people with too much time on their hands.
Truth is Firefox and Opera are both great browsers, try them, use your preference. They are different, neither are perfect. I use them both depending on what I'm doing.
Don't go near ie (at least <=6, I've not tried 7).
That myths page is sort of OK up to the point where it talks about web standards. First of all, the percentage of standards support doesn't say anything, at least not enough to compare two browsers. Then a page that only uses what's in the HTML 4.01 standard is boring, what really counts is good CSS support, and IE 6 (and 7) are lagging far behind in that respect.
I won't lose any word on pishing filters (and what good they are compared to telling people to not switch off their brains when switching off their computers).
Anyways, Opera, Konqueror, Safari, Firefox, Dillo, Lynks, Elinks, w3m, netcat, telnet, whatever, use whatever you like as long as it doesn't drive web develpers mad (rough ranking of my personal preference included in the list ).
Never heard of something that is usuable out of the box without installing 42 extensions providing basic functionality, all needing upgrading once in a while and some breaking if you update firefox? With opera you just do a gesture, OK that dialog box once, and you're done.
i used to play with firefox. addons are greate, if you want you can run tight ff (no plugins, oldschool surfing the web) but you can allways add special abilities like this imnsho the best extension
but last days i found K-Meleon browser, based on gecko engine. I was supprized that youtube can run so quick on my PC.
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