Firefox turns five-years-old tomorrow. It’s no longer a trendy upstart, but every bit as popular as Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (based solely on my browser metrics). You would think a profile on a web browser wouldn’t be fascinating, but then you’d be wrong. Wired goes in depth to see how Firefox got where it is and where it plans on going in the next five years.
If we’re being honest, the only thing Internet Explorer is good for is downloading another browser.