Mozilla 1.1 / Netscape 7 is *Good*
I'm amazed. Flabbergasted. Netscape and the Mozilla project have finally put out a browser that can actually contend with IE for dominance.
Mozilla is very fast rendering, standards compliant, and seemingly less error-prone then other netscape versions. The tab-browsing (stolen from Opera and god knows what else) comes in very handy and is much more managable then multiple browser windows. The sidebar (which developers can make their own tabs for) is a good idea, much better then IE's ill-conceived push-technology based channel bar(way back in IE 4).
Mozilla (not the Netscape build) also has a couple neat features, like good cookie management, and even the ability to block images that didn't originate from the host server.
There are a couple minor issues I have with it (my center mouse button auto-scroll doesn't seem to want to work) but I have increasingly found myself using Mozilla as opposed to IE 5 on my NT web-browsing box at work - which I thought would never, ever happen. I may even find myself using Mozilla on XP at home - I thought I'd never see the day.
Do yourself a favor and check it out. They finally did something right.[/i]
Indeed it can, I haven't seen a pop-up 'round these parts for over a month. Except, strangely, when I hit the back-button on Ain't It Cool.
Originally Posted by Dirt
Still has some funkiness when it comes to logging into secure areas and correctly storing cookies with SSL (at least this is my guess at the issue).
But I have been using mozilla as my browser for the past month.
Sadly they have all but destroyed the software's ability to be used with news servers that require a login.