Run Firefox 3 and Firefox 2 simultaneously

Jun 21, 2008 - 1 Comment

Life is officially easier for front-end web developers, you can now easily test browser compatibility by running Firefox 2 and Firefox 3 concurrently with a great utility called MultiFirefox. Simply install MultiFirefox, then rename one of the Firefox applications (to say, Firefox 3), and upon launch you can select either application version to run. MultiFirefox is fast, free, and simple to use, so check it out. Mac web developers rejoice!

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Firefox, Mac OS X, Utilities

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  1. Wendy says:

    Though I don’t like the unstability of Firefox 2, I still like this MultiFirefox idea. This is much easier than creating another Firefox profile. Thanks a lot!

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