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Netscape 9 and Firefox 2. What's the differences?

Thread title: Netscape 9 and Firefox 2. What's the differences?
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01-01-2008, 08:59 AM
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  Old  Netscape 9 and Firefox 2. What's the differences?

Have they merged or something?
Netscape 9 looks almost like Firefox 2. Only differences is the colour.
We can also download FF Add-ons using Netscape.

01-12-2008, 11:05 PM
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Firefox is Netscapes brother.

01-13-2008, 07:28 PM
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Netscape belongs to AOL, and they have announced recently that they do not intend to develop it any further.

Firefox is owned by Mozilla and as they are making a healthy profit out of it, they will continue to develop it.

Brothers? More like cousins, surely.

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FireFox & Flock are more of brothers then firefox & netscape but in my opinoin firefox & flock are brother & sister cause flock is alot more sexier.

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Mozilla and Netscape have either the same engine or they're just made together. I personally rarely use FireFox. I'd recommend using Safari (WebKit ftw)

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Off topic...
OPERA...All the way, LOADED is a good word for it,

"Mozilla and Netscape have either the same engine "

They are, Fact: Netsape is based on the Firefox Code.

On topic... No real difference between the two, Its just the name, netscape has been around much longer..much much longer and still holds a fimiliar family household computer name..for browsers anyway) among the non contemporary users that is

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i would anytime recommend opera.
has everything build in..no need to install any further plugins or whatever they call it

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