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To ensure that no further name changes would be necessary, the Mozilla Foundation began the process of registering Firefox as a trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office in December 2003.This trademark process led to a delay of several months in the release of Firefox 0.8 when the foundation discovered that Firefox had already been registered as a trademark in the UK developed their browser to combat the perceived software bloat of the Mozilla Suite (codenamed, internally referred to, and continued by the community as Sea Monkey), which integrated features such as IRC, mail and news, and WYSIWYG HTML editing into one internet suite.The development and installation processes of these add-ons raised security concerns, and with the release of Firefox 0.9, the Mozilla Foundation opened a Mozilla Update website containing "approved" themes and extensions.The use of XUL sets Firefox apart from other browsers, including other projects based on Mozilla's Gecko layout engine and most other browsers, which use interfaces native to their respective platforms (Galeon and Epiphany use GTK ; K-Meleon uses MFC; and Camino uses Cocoa).

As such, there was a backlog of bug fixes between 0.9 and the release of 1.0, which were made available in 1.5.In Firefox 1.5, a user could clear all privacy-related settings simply by exiting the browser or using a keyboard shortcut, depending on their settings.Moreover, the software update system was improved (with binary patches now possible).Many of these projects started before Firefox, and probably served as inspiration.On February 5, 2004 AMS, a business and IT consulting company, categorized Mozilla Firefox (then known as Firebird) as a "Tier 1" ("Best of Breed") open-source product, considering it technically strong and virtually risk-free.Firefox 1.5.0.12 was the final version supported on Windows 95.

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