Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 28th Sep 2005 11:10 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones "The browser, and e-mail software - Ok, HTML authoring tool as well - formerly known as "Mozilla" or more recently referred to as "Mozilla Suite" is back alive and kicking, despite recent efforts from the Firefox Foundation Mozilla Foundation to make it go away after freezing future development and deciding to only provide bug fixes." The Inquirer took it for a spin.
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My Browser of Choice.
by Pelly on Wed 28th Sep 2005 13:05 UTC
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I have completely enjoyed Mozilla & Netscape for many years and always prefered it over Internet Explorer (any version).

When I first read that the Mozilla Foundation was going to 'end' the Mozilla Suite in favor of FireFox & ThunderBird, I was quite shocked, and a little upset.

Even with a fantastic browser such as Opera, I use Mozilla (Linux & Windows versions) more than any other. Not to take anything away from Opera; it's truly a wonderful product. I just happen to prefer Mozilla.

With the SeaMonkey Project, the browser will continue to live on!

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