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Tuesday June 25, 2002
12:06 PM


[ #5936 ]

So I've installed Mozilla 1.0 on my stupid, consarned Windows box here at work (interestingly, my company has mandated the use of Windows (NT4) and Microsoft Office crap -- "All documents shall be in Word format" -- for most things... but then, "Thou shalt not use IE, but rather, Netscape").

Well, Netscape was giving problems, acting flaky, and IE, while sufficient in a pinch, was leaving a very bad taste in my mouth. So I went searching for a Better Browser. I've tried Opera in the past, and though it has some niftiness, it's also not open source. And then I heard that Moz1.0 was out, so I tried that.


Mozilla rocks! On Windows at least, it is very slick, full featured, and stable. It also allegedly handles the latest in web standards correctly. Woo hoo!

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  • I've been using mozilla for some time now as my primary browser. There are a few little quirks here & there, but overall it's an excellent browser. Tabbed browsing is my best friend. It makes using IE for more than one site very painful. I'm using it on NT4 & W2K (home) and it's quite snappy on my 800 Mhz Duron.
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