When they're all the same . . . (Score: 2, Insightful) by Anonymous Coward on 2015-08-24 13:21 (#J9Y2) The more Firefox is the same as all the other browsers the less reason there will be to use Firefox specifically. I use certain plugins that are essential for my browsing requirements and work-flow. Many of these will likely cease to exist: * Adblock Plus * DownThemAll! * Firemacs * It's All Text! * NoScript * ProfileSwitcher * Session Manager * Grease MonkeyWhile it will be nice to have more supported and up-to-date plug-ins, I believe that the cost is too high for the value gained - especially since most plug-ins for the masses that this will facilitate aren't plug-ins that are desirable unless you're one of the sheep. Re: When they're all the same . . . (Score: 1) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2015-08-25 03:22 (#JBZW) I barely use Firefox or one of its forks without first installing Adblock Plus, NoScript, RequestPolicy, Cookie Monster, and HTTPS Everywhere. The loss of any of these would make me reconsider updating to a version where these were broken. I have also recently been happy with customizing the Firefox UI with Stylish and with the additional features provided by HackTheWeb and Vimperator. While alternatives may exist in the Chrome world, switching away from Firefox to retain already present functionality seems irritating at best.