Flock is here to stay.

Posted on November 10, 2005. Filed under: tech talk, Teen life |

Hello to all the techies and geeks. The latest browser , Flock , is definitely one with stamina and power. It’s here to stay. It’s integrated features like blogging and photo sharing makes it one of a kind. It is based on the Firefox engine and has exactly the same security features. The current version available is a beta , so it is prone to many problems and is a bit slow. Only a bit.It’s speed can be improved by installing a plugin called Fasterfox.

It is the ultimate browser for bloggers because of it’s built in blogging features , if you are an amature photographer then Flock is your best helper. It has Flickr photo sharing which is a drag n’ drop photo sharing system by Yahoo! I’ve been using Flock for quite some days now and I honestly think that it has the potential to become the best browser on the planet. But there is work to be done on it’s speed and versatility and once the release version is out , there is no stopping this little bomb of a browser.Happy Flocking.

The Believer.

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2 Responses to “Flock is here to stay.”

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Good one
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I think for a home user a standard browser suchas an INTERNET EXPLORER is enough
That is it I have to say

Anyways keep updating

Internet Explorer is way below standard and is outdated.With a whole platoon of browsers like Firefox and Opera and Flock , which have better security, IE is becoming outdated. But IE still rules the roost as it is the most uer friendly browser on the Earth


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