Netscape 8.0.4 out
Netscape on Wednesday released a new version of Netscape 8 to bring the Web browser up to date on security patches with the underlying Firefox software. Netscape 8.0.4 includes the fixes that have been made in the Firefox browser, according to the update's release notes. That means it has all patches through Firefox version 1.0.7, which was made available by Mozilla last month.
They also seem to have launched getnetscape.com
A month after the fact...
-uQComment by uQ at October 20, 2005 08:39 AM | Permalink
getnetscape.com seems to be for the ISP, not the web browser.Comment by Jesse Ruderman at October 20, 2005 10:08 AM | Permalink
I thought Netscape was dead?
Anyway - is there any reason to use Netscape over Firefox?
I liked Netscape Radio a lot, but do they offer other features, to make up for the delay in updates?
AOL doesn't really know what to do with the brand Netscape. First Netscape was a browser, then it was a ISP. AOL killed Netscape is many ways.
I dont see any reason for using Netscape. If you use Launchy you can quickly open pages in IE if that's what you want.
Just use Mozilla FirefoxComment by Henrik Gemal at October 21, 2005 10:34 AM | Permalink