Back in 1998 it wasn't Microsoft Internet Explorer that was the leading web browser, it was Netscape Navigator, which was the Mozilla Firefox of the day. Indeed, Mozilla Firefox has some history in the old Netscape, as it was born out of the original death of the Navigator browser. However, Microsoft decided to integrate the browser in to the operating system and the rest is history.
AOL bought Netscape many moons ago and recently revived the web browser. The latest version (9) is based around the Firefox engine and that's always a good start. The problem is that it doesn't differentiate itself enough from Firefox, so AOL have decided to completely erase Netscape Navigator, so the latest version - merely a security fix - could be the last. From 1st of March, AOL will no longer support nor produce new revisions.
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