Netscape Navigator, RIP (and More Blasts from the Past)

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LaurenB

thx for the netscape theme link. after reading that I really felt like honoring it's history by having it's presence on my computer for quite a bit longer.<3

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FascistNation

I was stunned when I read a few months ago that Netscape Navigator was announcing a new release. I didn't know it was still available. I remember when the rule was to use OS/2's Hyperlink to download Navigator. (kind of like using IE today to download Firefox or some other browser) I remember when so many websites demanded you enter with IE that you had to change a setting in about: to fake Nav as IE thereby skewing the webs Internet usage of IE over Nav.

For those still using NN consider switching to Seamonkey. You will definitely feel right at home.

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Marcus_Soperus

at http://www.seamonkey-project.org/

SeaMonkey is designed to provide
"Web-browser, advanced e-mail and newsgroup client, IRC chat client, and HTML editing made simple -- all your Internet needs in one application."

It is based on Mozilla source code (as are FireFox, Thunderbird, etc.)
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