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Netscape

A web browser based on the Mosaic program, developed at the Natonal Center for Supercomputing Applications. It no longer exists.
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Netscape did not accept what it understood to be Microsoft's proposal.
Users of the Netscape browser will also be able to easily access the Netcenter Local Channel programmed by Digital City.
Have an experienced Internet user, a "techie" who knows both Netscape and Eudora, not only install and configure the software but also show you how to use it.
Netscape 6 also makes it easier for users to connect to AOL's popular instant-messaging chat service.
He said the government claims to be acting in the interests of consumers to remove Internet Explorer from Windows 98, but noted the only ISV the government called as a witness, Intuit CEO William Harris, said he'd choose Internet Explorer over Netscape because it works better with Quicken.
operates: two worldwide Internet services, America Online, with more than 17 million members, and CompuServe, with approximately 2 million members; several leading Internet brands including ICQ and Digital City, Inc.; the Netscape Netcenter and AOL.COM portals; and the Netscape Navigator and Navigator Communicator browsers.
So Netscape has had a warm and fuzzy place in the hearts of many people.
Roughly a year after the company was founded, Netscape held its IPO in August 1995, and some see the excitement surrounding the IPO as one of the earliest indicators of dot-com mania.
Both Netscape and its rival Internet Explorer were based on elements of Mosaic.
When it comes to looking at Web pages, most people are accustomed to using the two most common browsers: Internet Explorer and Netscape. However, there are several Web browsers out there, and you should seriously consider your alternatives to make the most of your surfing experience.
That's precisely what occurred in 1995, when Wagner, then a graduate student at Berkeley, and his fellow student Ian Goldberg cracked the random-number generator used by the Netscape web browser to secure online transactions.
IT companies Mozilla Foundation, Adobe, Apple, Macromedia, Opera and Sun Microsystems have teamed up to extend the Netscape Plugin Application Program Interface.