The Firefox Screencap Project: Ryan Wagner
My Firefox is always very busy and constantly changing. I often have lots and lots of tabs open because news is always flowing in. I try to keep everything to a single window because the whole point of having tabs is to de-clutter my taskbar but after 30-40 tabs I will often pop open a new window.To participate in The Firefox Screencap Project see here for information.
In the screenshot I am running the pre-release build of Firefox 3 (codename Gran Paradiso) and the operating system is Windows Vista RC2. I am a tester at heart and have a hard time sticking to a stable software release when it comes to just about anything. It does get frustrating at times, especially while testing Firefox 2, where there are bugs that last for weeks which make your browser constantly crash.
I always keep the number of extensions that I use to a minimum but I am constantly testing out new ones. The newest addition for me is Aging Tabs which is an absolutely amazing concept and helps me to filter out tabs that I may not have viewed in awhile. GMarks and Google Notebook are no doubt the most useful and I'll never use a version of Firefox where I don't have those installed. If both of those extensions didn't work properly with the pre-release of Firefox 3 then I wouldn't be testing it. Here are all of the extensions that I currently have installed:
* Aging Tabs
* Download Statusbar
* Google Notebook
* IE Tab
* Tab Mix Plus
* Tiny Menu
* Zoho QuickRead
Firefox is the only browser that I use with compatibility with Scrybe, which is a new online/offline calendar that is currently in a closed Beta. It is far superior to any other calendar application that I have used which is why I always have it opened in a tab when I have Firefox open.
Overall I can't imagine not having Firefox and Opera because both browsers are absolutely amazing. Opera has a very strong codebase that offers unmatched stability, security, and built-in features while Firefox's extensibility can't be beat. I wish there was some way to merge the two browsers but in the mean time I'll always be using both.