Review: Firefox 23 includes good developer tools, lackluster performance

08/30/2013 | Macworld

Firefox 23 includes several major improvements, but it continues to be slower than most of its peers and refuses to do away with redundant features from older versions, writes Nathan Alderman. A high point includes Firefox's developer tools, which offer "the same code-scrutinizing capabilities as Safari and Chrome, but in a much sleeker, eye-catching package. I especially like its 3D view; the deeper each element on the page is nested, the more it protrudes toward you," Alderman writes.

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