Why I Like Flock

Okay, so ive done the thing…. Switched browsers….. As it happens, moving from firefox to flock isnt very complicated, since its really one and the same thing. Here are some of my reasons:-
1) As far as i have seen, flock seems to take as much as 100 Mb less than firefox 3.0.10
2) The default interface is cute, and the colours used are quite beautiful. In particular, i like the use of    orange. Reminds me of those days when I used to use ubuntu.
3) The Blog Editor:- Ive been considering seriously blogging again, and waiting for wordpress’s slow web interface to load isnt the best wake up call to the sleeping blogger in me.
4) My World:- While it is possible to make up for it in this that and the other way in firefox itself, I really like the integration of everything into one good page. Bravo!

Some Glitches:-
1) I have seen that the Twitter client is really minimalistic. So far as i can see, it does not have a quick way of issuing replies or directs. Does not bother me much since i use TwitterGadget inside gmail using Labs, but i can picture a few people lifting their eyebrows on the matter.
2) The default search is yahoo, and while ive tried some things, but having changed the default search engine to Google, on typing in the address bar, it still uses Yahoo! I wonder why this glitch exists? Is there a secret that the best search engine on the internet is Google?

Extremely Satisfactory (9/10)


3 Responses to “Why I Like Flock”

  1. technogran Says:

    I too use Flock, and agree with most of your observations about it. There is a new version coming out in the next few weeks that is reputed to be fantastic so watch out for that. It is limiting that you can only tweet from the sidebar, although by clicking on top of someones twitter avatar, your twitter page will then load up and you can then reply to them.
    I hope that in this next incarnation, we will be able to DM, reply AND retweet.

  2. apocalipso Says:

    I like FF. i dont care about how much it uses ram/swap memory it works for me stable and fast 😉
    If you want better looking firefix, try install adon:

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