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eWeek: Mozilla Tightens Up

Mar 24, 2003, 09:00 (10 Talkback[s])
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"Not surprisingly for an application that is intended mainly as a development platform, the Mozilla Web browser continues its seemingly constant upgrade cycle. Version 1.3 of the browser adds many useful new features, including some effective anti-spam features in the mail client.

"Other new features in Mozilla 1.3, which was released by the Mozilla Organization earlier this month, include newsgroup filters, automatic image resizing and dynamic profile switching. Also, while many who made a quick jump to Mozilla 1.2 ended up regretting it because of several initial problems, eWeek Labs has found Mozilla 1.3 to be very stable and fast during the week we've used it since it was released. (Mozilla 1.3 can be downloaded for free at www.mozilla.org.)

"However, although Mozilla 1.3 ran well on Windows, Linux and Mac test systems, Mac OS X users may want to hold off on Version 1.3 because it does not currently support the ability to add new features or themes..."

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