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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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Java becomes more attractive to server programmers, not because Java's technical capabilities are improved, but because the ActiveX technology is effectively blocked from computer users connecting to the Internet through Netscape browsers.
The programme runs under Windows 95/98/NT 4.0 in conjunction with any Netscape browser or Microsoft's Explorer browser.
This suggests that perhaps AOL is less interested in the Netscape browser than in Netscape's NetCenter, another widely popular portal site that is consistently ranked in the top 10.
AOL spokesman Jim Whitney confirmed that the company has already shipped a Netscape browser in some test software for its discount Internet service, CompuServe.
QCAN I upgrade my Netscape Browser or any other software such as Real Player and other plug-ins by CD-ROM and not online?
Centraal is still in discussion with America Online Inc regarding a similar deal in the Netscape browser.
AOL now plans to capitalise on Netscape's reputation and will integrate the Netscape Netcentre Portal -- present in the Netscape browser -- into its own service.
Alas, there are still people left who haven't heard the result and are still insisting their sites must work perfectly when viewed through the Netscape Browser.
Compatible with Netscape browser software and Microsoft's Internet Explorer, the system creates the effect of live video by delivering digital content at a rate of 25 pictures/second.
The AOL distributed Communicator client is the evolution of the Netscape browser and will encompass all of the functionality of the other three.
it became possible to launch such helper applications from within the Netscape browser (without spawning another separate window for the application) once the applications were down loaded, installed, and "formally introduced" to Netscape.