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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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0 was designed to give consumers a choice, and we are delighted that consumers who buy new HP and Compaq consumer PCs will be able to choose the Netscape browser for a safer and highly compatible browsing experience," said Jeremy Liew, Senior Vice President of America Online, Inc.
Additionally, this new version of Scheduler Plus ii supports the FireFox browser application, thus providing customers with the flexibility to access the application beyond Internet Explorer or Netscape browsers.
0 also feature support for testing Netscape browsers, support for testing sites built using multi-byte character sets including Kanji and cross-browser testing.
After an admitted error in reporting itself as either Firefox or IE was discovered and fixed, and an announced deal with HP to include Netscape browsers with new computers, Netscape enjoyed a brief surge in September to 2.
2 release; however, an unknown number of Netscape browsers are still reporting as Internet Explorer or Firefox.
The currently released version of the SecureXML Java Applet for Mac OS X supports both Firefox and Netscape browsers and provides access to the user certificates stored in the browser's certificate store.
Statistics from WebSideStory Inc, the San Diego internet monitor, reveal that almost 69% of computers on the web use MS Internet Explorer, up 2% since the beginning of March, whereas Netscape browsers account for only 29.
Additional enhancements include support for the Firefox and Netscape browsers, Thunderbird and Netscape email clients and new Chinese and Korean language interfaces.
5, GroupDrive now supports the Firefox and Netscape browsers on the Windows, MAC and Linux platforms.
It works with Windows 98/2000/ME/SP and can be used with Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox, and Netscape browsers.
The new Single Digits' Internet service features a Mount Washington-branded welcome Web page that automatically appears when guests first access the Internet via their Microsoft Explorer or Netscape browsers.