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Old 04-02-03, 06:19 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Mozilla 1.3 ROCKS!


Hey all, I have been an avid user of IE for the longest time now, but I have been reading about Mozilla and many people have nothing but praise for it, well I have downloaded it and am using it as we speak and I have to say it is awesome!

If you also would like to try it grab it over at http://www.mozilla.org

This browser rocks. No more IE for me!
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Old 04-02-03, 06:20 PM   #2
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Mozilla 1.4a came out today!! YAY YAY
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Old 04-02-03, 06:21 PM Thread Starter   #3
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I dont like trying beta software, I did see that but I am happier using this one for now.
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Old 04-02-03, 06:23 PM   #4
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I like using the bleeding edge releases on my laptop, but I stick with the stable ones on my main rig so I dont kill my email. BOOM there goes the eBay records.... Good thing I backup!
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Old 04-02-03, 06:25 PM Thread Starter   #5
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What is the best email client to use with Mozilla?
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Did you install just the browser, or the complete mozilla install?
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Old 04-02-03, 06:30 PM   #7
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I used mozilla for the longest time when I was in linux. Since I reinstalled windows I've been using IE (since the weekend), and I miss mozilla . Time to fetch the latest...

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Since I don't generally get much email, I just use outlook express... it's lightweight, quick, and does what I need it to. It also integrates with norton antivirus, which is a plus.

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Ive been using Mozilla Mail for about 1 year, and it also works great with Norton 2003/2002.
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Old 04-02-03, 06:39 PM Thread Starter   #10
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Did you install just the browser, or the complete mozilla install?
I did just the browser cause I wasnted a lite install to check it out, Im going to look for mozilla mail now
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Old 04-02-03, 06:47 PM Thread Starter   #11
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OMG Mozilla Mail is the ****nit! Re-installed Mozilla nd chose the mail client this time too and I am amazed, goodbye MS software, I have found your successor!
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A sweet mozilla skin to check out is Retro Orbital.
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i use opera 7.0x. is opera or mozilla faster?
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i think opera is faster, and i think it works better, ie dont crash as offten as mozilla plus you dont have that lizard in the corner with opera.
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i think opera is faster, and i think it works better, ie dont crash as offten as mozilla plus you dont have that lizard in the corner with opera.
No crashes so far and what lizard?
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ive never tried mozilla cuz i heard it is based off netscape and i hate let me reapeat that i HATE netscape
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mozilla used to lock up all the time in nt 4.0 wks, i have not used it in a while, and didnt it have a lizard type thing in the upper right hand corner that rotated sorta like the globe thingy in IE(i fell dirty just typing that )
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ive never tried mozilla cuz i heard it is based off netscape and i hate let me reapeat that i HATE netscape
Mozilla is the open source project which spawned the Netscape Browser, Pheonix and others.. Mozilla is not tuned towards Netscape services and develops faster.

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The Mozilla project, largely sponsored by AOL-TimeWarner, has taken a dramatic turn.

Team leaders have advised Mozilla developers to abandon the "swiss army knife" approach for smaller and lighter applications, according to a statement posted on the mozilla.org site today.

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