Microsoft Firefox It has crossed all of our minds at one point or another but this is a more official idea on what would happen if Microsoft owned Firefox. In fact, there is a website dedicated to it:  MSFirefox.com.




Every application has some minimum requirements and this one wouldn’t be an exception:

  • A Credit Card
  • Microsoft(R) Windows(TM)/Vista Operating System
  • Microsoft(R) Mouse & Keyboard (Hyperlinks will NOT work without these)
  • Live(TM) Messenger (Required API to maintain dangerous CPU temperatures)
  • Microsoft(R) Office 2007 (Provides the ability to scroll webpages)
  • Quad Core Processor (For loading Hotmail.com)
  • Any SLI Configured Graphics Card > 512mb (TO Display High Definition GIF Images)
  • 1024 MB of RAM (Compensation for Frequent Memory Leaks)
  • 483MB Disk Space

What kind of features does it have?

  • Enjoy a Better Web Experience
    MS Firefox 2007 delivers a dramatic boost in the download speeds of online pornography. By utilising a proprietary dynamic algorithm – anything that remotely resembles a tit or a boob will download up to 10 times faster. Fun at the speed of light!
  • Stay Secure on the Web
    Firefox 2007’s new TakeOver(TM) technology protects the Windows Kernel by automatically recognizing all McAfee and Symantec programs as viruses. Downloading has never been safer.
  • Interactive Multimedia
    Microsoft’s AKobe Phlash(TM) Plugin delivers awesome online interactive content; anything from music, videos to games. (Lawsuit from Adobe pending)
  • Personalize Your Browser
    Choose from three excellent browsing styles! Minimized, Maximized and Fullscreen!

And there are of course a few bugs that for some reason just can’t be squashed. Visiting the following sites using MS Firefox 2007 will cause your computer to shut down unexpectedly:

  • www.google.com
  • www.gmail.com
  • www.apple.com
  • www.itunes.com
  • www.yahoo.com
  • Any sites with the phrase: microsoft/windows/explorer/vista/bill sucks

Ahh, that was definitely a good laugh for today. At the bottom of the site it gives a donation link that takes you to Mozilla’s donation location. However, the disappointing thing was that the actual download links for the browser are for IE 7! Come on, I would have thought for sure Firefox 2 would be on there.