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Mozilla not Godzilla!
Mozilla is not the Lizard that attacks Tokyo on a regular basis. However,
it is the best browser on the market today. Mozilla was the first web
browser ever developed but it was quickly replaced first by Netscape and
then Microsoft. Let me tell you about some of my favorite
Tabbed browsing gives you a better way to surf the
net. You no longer have to open one page at a time. With tabbed browsing,
open several pages at once with one click. And now your homepage can be
multiple tabbed pages.
Popup blocker lets you surf the web
without intrusion. Advanced popup blocker notifies you when popups are
blocked. You can also block popups on a site per site
Image Manager lets you block images to block offensive
images or to speed up the rendering of web sites.
Find as you
type gives you another way to navigate a page. Just start typing to
jump from link to link or to find a word or phrase within a
Live bookmarks If you're one of the smarter Web users
out there, you know how much RSS feeds can cut down on time spent checking
sites you read regularly. When Firefox sees a site with an RSS feed, a
little orange tag lights up in the lower right hand corner of the browser window. Clicking it gives you a new bookmark that changes as the content of that site changes. Dragging down to that "live bookmark" leads to a menu of headlines of new stories. Selecting one takes you directly to the story you want, without having had to go to the trouble of first visiting that particular site and rifling through its headlines.
Plus all the features a modern browser should have including: Advanced security settings; Password, Download, and Cookie managers; Themes; multi-language and multi-platform support; and, the latest in Web Standards.
You can find a free download at: http://www.mozilla.org/products/mozilla1.x/
Timothy J. Kilkenny
Founder & CEO
When Windows dies or starts acting stupid, where do you go for help? Try Brian Livingston's Windows Secrets Newsletter (formerly Brian's Buzz) at http://www.briansbuzz.com. Brian Livingston is co-author of Windows 2000 Secrets, Windows Me Secrets and eight other books in the Windows Secrets series. This site has Livingston's biweekly newsletter full of Windows tips (which you can get via e-mail) and better yet, his Windows Tips Search Engine, which scans over a dozen topnotch sites.
An Excellent partner in help is Outlook & Exchange Solutions Center at http://www.slipstick.com, which features how-tos, fixes, patches, utilities and other assistance for people who rely on Microsofts' e-mail and messaging programs.
Happy Surfing From Your Friends at FullNet!