On 8/23/2004 1:17:39 PM, Peter Rejto wrote:
>My friends are telling me that
>Mozilla is very close to
>Netscape. I upgraded to
>Netscape 7.00 and my problem
It is true that mozilla is based on the Netscape code, but the programs have diverged, although preferences etc remain similar.
I was a keen user of Netscape 4, but it lost the plot after this.
The current Netscape (since takeover by AOL) is too intrusive for me. A review of browsers in one of our most popular computer magazines described Netscape as "infesting" your system. Unless you are an AOL user I wouldn't touch it.
I note from one of your other posts that you are upgrading to Win2K. This is a good OS, but you may find a lot of apps don't work. XP Pro is probably a better bet.
Either way, as a Win98 user, you will find either a bit of a culture shock. There is a long learning curve to XP. You should consider a dual boot system.