I don’t know how old you are; but, as someone who was born in the late 80s, I remember the rise — and fall — of Firefox well.
Firefox emerged as an open source competitor to Internet Explorer 6. It was awesome because it had options: for instance, users could add features with various extensions and change visual themes. Everyone loved it.
A few years later, however, another player entered the ring. It was called — you guessed it — Chrome. Take up of Chrome skyrocketed, quickly surpassing its competitors. In fact, Chrome has been used by so many people, in such a short period of time, that it’s become one of Google’s most valuable
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