Firefox

The Mozilla Organization has renamed and released a new preview of
their new lightweight, [next generation browser][1]. It was originally
called Phoenix but they had a trademark issue with the Phoenix bios
people, so they changed the name to Mozilla Firebird, but they had a
naming conflict with an open source database server that was using the
name Firebird first, now they have changed the name to [Mozilla
Firefox][2] and have created a nice little [branding program][3]. This
preview release includes and [installer for Windows][4] and includes
all the great built-in features like

* HTML and CSS standards support
* Pop-up blocking
* Tabbed browsing
* Extensions

If I have installed Firebird on your computer in the past, you may now
remove it, and [install Firefox][5] instead. If I haven’t installed a
browser on your computer before, you should [install FireFox][6]
immediately. Firefox is only a browser, so you can continue using the
virus spreading e-mail program that you are accustomed to. Go on,
[install Firefox][7], I’ll wait. [][9]

[1]: http://mozilla.org/products/firefox
[2]: http://mozilla.org/products/firefox
[3]: http://mozilla.org/products/firefox/buttons.html
[4]: http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/0.8/FirefoxSetup-0.8.exe
[5]: http://mozilla.org/products/firefox/releases/#download
[6]: http://mozilla.org/products/firefox/releases/#download
[7]: http://mozilla.org/products/firefox/releases/#download
[9]: http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/ (Get Firefox – Take Back the Web)