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There is no upgrade path for App Store owners. I purchased version 3.6.3 from the App Store and also have a version 2 license from IconFactory. The IconFactory website will not accept the version 2 license number. The App Store and website price for version 4 is $49.99 whereas the web site upgrade is $24.99. Of course, I have received no responses from IconFactory support. So, I'm stuck at version 3.
The MacUpdate price is $29.99, but when you download the demo and attempt to purchase, it is $199.99. On the App store, it is $79.99. I liked $29.99 better. Some comments at the App store suggest $15 is even more reasonable. Strange.
As of today (9/15/2011), the FUSION20 discount works if you start with a blank cart and add Fusion 4. (It does not seem to work if you are adding the educational version, that is $49.99 anyway.) So you can purchase the product for $39.99. VMWare support tells me that there is no upgrade path from Fusion 3.
I have used Firefox for several years, but now I'm switching to Safari. There seems to be no strategy to the update stream except for releasing "major" updates as soon as possible. The browser has become slow (compared to Safari and in my usage) and clunky. Need new management.
FF6 last stable release Mac OSX 10.7.1 iMac 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo FF "major" updates break critical add-ons too often FF auto-update notifications keep trying to push beta releases My Google home page loads slower with each FF release FF doesn't play nice with cmd-Tab application switching; works sometimes, not others You are correct that browsers are a personal choice, free or not. Right now, Safari runs better on my system.