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Wired: Netscape 6 Ready for Browsing

Oct 05, 2000, 20:55 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Andy Patrizio)

"Netscape Communications released the third and final "preview release" of its Netscape 6 Web browser, which was developed with help of more than 100,000 developers."

"This "preview release" -- the term "beta" is out, even though that's exactly what it is -- has been OK'd, even if some features, like the personal toolbar, aren't fully functional yet...."

"With PR3, Netscape added a few new features, most notably the ability to print Web pages and to sync the email address book to the Web. You can use Webmail on Netscape.com, or access your address book remotely, said Eric Krock, group product manager for tools and components at Netscape in Mountain View, California...."

"We get unparalleled testing with over 100,000 downloads (of the source code) with each build," said Chris Nalls, group product manager for outbound marketing at Netscape. "So we get fantastic testing and verifying of the product."

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