ZDNet: Review: Mozilla Loaded Up for Browser Wars
Apr 26, 2002, 17:30 (40 Talkback[s])
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"We've waited more than four years for Mozilla, the
Netscape-backed open-source browser--and we're still waiting for
the completed version. But Mozilla has finally posted its official
Release Candidate 1 (RC 1) and plans to release the final soon.
"In our unofficial tests, RC 1 ran nearly as fast as Internet
Explorer 6. Plus, it works on Windows, Mac, and Linux, which no
other browser does [sic], and it promises a greater
ability to customize than competing browsers do.
"Best of all, Mozilla is completely free: no fees and no strings
attached. Sure, we found some flies in the ointment, but we're
hoping that the gold code cleans them up..."