A word or 2 about my experience with the much-hoohah'd Foxfire:
It appeared with an upgrade signal & address bar, started the upgrade, and after a few seconds stopped
with a freeze on everything, including the pointer, preventing me from any action.
After many minutes with no change and unable to do anything, I had to shut the computer. When I restarted,
everything connected with Foxfire was gone -- mail addresses, dozens of bookmarks, Foxfire itself.
I got back online with my former browser & called my Internet provider, which gave me the Foxfire tech help number.
Guess what!!!!! After the foregoing "disaster," the tech, saying that "we started it, not you," when I misstated that I turned on the upgrade, advised me that I must pay $39.95 to have him get Foxfire back with the programs.
Back I went to the original browser and a lot of my work gone. Foxfire? Boo.
Al Best Farmington Hills, MI