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  1. Top Web Browsers

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  2. Firefox crashes

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  3. right click help

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  4. bookmarks

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  5. Firefox With XP

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  7. Tor Browser

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  8. Firefox is too slow

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  9. Hung Ajax Request

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  10. Outlook Express

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