I was actually surfing Microsoft directly and it offered various add-ons for FF and one particularly stood out for one of the top 3 reasons I use a computer. I then not… (read more)
I was actually surfing Microsoft directly and it offered various add-ons for FF and one particularly stood out for one of the top 3 reasons I use a computer. I then noticed you had done the same to another application I obviously rarely use because I was only made aware of it when, and I don't remember details, but FF redirected me to the add-on page where I read what else had already been disabled. I was never asked, told, or "reminded" afterwards that you had done such. It's one thing to warn me that I may have something installed that could be allowed to cause problems, but a complete other thing to do something that sounds so final about it, especially without any kind of notice before or after.
I've used FF for, if I'm not mistaken, since or sometime during the OS Windows 98 still being relatively new. I have used it from 98 all the way into Windows 10. I'm quite disturbed about what I consider a rather "Big Brotherish" act taken with my computer by the hands of some complete strangers and again, as I said, without a letter of intent to do so and reason why. I still like FF, but am strongly considering using another browser.