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Microsoft's Firefox revealed

Vole ferretted
Thu Nov 09 2006, 14:52
A CHEEKY web designer has unleashed a site showing what life might be like if Microsoft took over Firefox.

The mystery developer bought the web address www.msfirefox.com/ and seems to have let his or her imagination run riot with a pseudo-Vole web page.

According to a press release posted on the page, Firefox's Luva69 has been fired and been replaced by Steve Ballmer. The new Microsoft Firefox subsidiary has elected Mr. Bill Gates to stand as President, Co-Chairman and Vice President.

If the thought of Steve and Bill in charge of Firebadger is not heresy enough, the integrated Firefox, Internet Exploder product is a scream.

Microsoft Firefox's introduces something called a Cut Away Effect™ , the site enthuses. This randomly disables the rendering of 9/10 of the page to reduce the strain on system resources. This also maximises the area of the screen devoted to the Desktop that you want to see and makes performing the most common computing tasks easy.

It also supports RSS (Real Simple Sex) which is a new algorithmic technology fuelled by the continued hot desires of many online web users.

"Accessed by an illuminating an icon on the toolbar - a single click allows you to view and optionally download anything that resembles a tit, a boob or a breast - rendered directly in the browser with speeds up to 10 times faster than the competition. Real Simple Sex can scan and arrange explicit images/pictures in order of quality and effectively filters out irrelevant content such as balloons or soccer balls," the site says.

The new parental controls only allow kids to look at Microsoft sites.

If you try to download the MSFirefox at the site you will get the latest version of Internet Exploder. µ

 

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