# Built in Phishing Protection.
# Search suggestions now appear with search history in the search box for Google, Yahoo! and Answers.com
# Changes to tabbed browsing behavior
# Ability to re-open accidentally closed tabs
# Better support for previewing and subscribing to web feeds
# Inline spell checking in text boxes
# Search plugin manager for removing and re-ordering search engines
# New microsummaries feature for bookmarks
# Automatic restoration of your browsing session if there is a crash
Why is that its easy to love Firefox? Look at some of the features coming out in Firefox 2.0. Phishing protection, changes to feed subscription so you can add the feed to any agregator of you use, in-line spell checking, session restore for when your browser crashes, and closed tab history for when you accidentally close a tab. All of these are features that I currently use through extensions, but within a few months Firefox recognizes their value and makes it part of the full build, so that they work completely seamlessly and create a more powerful experience. This type of commitment to the application is why Mozilla is seeing such growth in the use of Firefox.