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July 5, 2010

Firefox clears two billion add ons

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by David Allen

Mozilla, the company behind the free browser Firefox, is celebrating a milestone in its history.

Firefox is based on being one of the most popular browsers, designed to be fully customisable by the users.

To do this the users have to download add ons and according to Mozilla, Firefox users downloaded more than two billion add ons, eighteen months after the one billion mark was reached.

There are currently around 150 million add ons in use on a daily basis, and now Mozilla are working towards the next billion mark.

Add ons are what Firefox users like.

They give users the chance to fully customise their experience in a way that suits their needs and it is this that makes Firefox so popular.

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