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supermike's picture
Joined: 2006-02-17

I think you'll be impressed if you do this on your Linux distro -- go to and download your version dedicated to your processor type. Expand into a folder and point your Firefox icon to the 'swiftfox' file instead. Launch it and it will steal all your bookmarks and settings quite nicely from Firefox.

Now when I click on links on the web, it's like click, bam, click, bam. It's zippy fast! I also noticed that a slow web app I have at my office (for certain tasks) is now 2x as fast.


libervisco's picture
Joined: 2006-05-04
I'm trying it right now. It

I'm trying it right now. It does seem significantly faster, very nice. I would even say pages seem to load a bit faster as well.

The swiftfox logo seems familiar, but I never knew about it since now.

Thanks alot for linking it here. Smiling

free-zombie's picture
Joined: 2006-03-08
the swiftfo logo was, I

the swiftfo logo was, I believe, first published as a firefox icon on one of the *-look.orgs

I have used swiftfox, but only because it was in automatix...

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