I have firefox and Mozilla.
I find myself going back to Mozilla a lot. It has more options and better cookie management. I take it Firefox is kind of like the trimmed down version of Mozilla. It seems more for the person who does not like too many dials on the dashboard.
There options control is minimal. I have yet to hear anyone list the advantages of FireFox over Mozilla other than it has a smaller file size, but Mozilla also includes Mail.
If anyone could list the real advanages of Firefox over Mozilla then I would apreciated it. Of course they are both put out by Mozilla.
I have used Mozilla from way back when they split from Netscape....
The only complaint is the POSTDATA error where you lose all data in data fields like this if you go back/forward
If they fix that.. which I have posted bug fix requests for.. then they could topple Opera and IE which do not have those issues.
In general... I use it for email and web and find it more stable than IE/Outlook/Eudora etc...
Yep. Firefox is essentially just the browser part of Mozilla. A little less geeky (and hence a little less control).
Mozilla is the all-in-one application suite, while Firefox is just a stand-alone, lightweight, modular browser. Both are great products depending upon what you want and need. I dig Firefox myself, because I have no need for the web page development or email features in Mozilla.