Only a few years ago, when you joined an Internet Service Provider (ISP), you were offered customised Internet software to connect to their services. The most famous of these is the Demon Turnpike software, which is still being made available to Demon customers. Why did ISPs offer integrated Internet software? Primarily as it was still difficult to configure Windows for accessing the Internet and configuring your modem with the right user, pass, dialup number and DNS servers was complicated for the novice user. These integrated Internet suites consisted of a dialup manager, web browser, email client and a tool to chat to other users.
Mozilla SeaMonkey 1.1.2 is one of the few remaining Internet suites, consisting of Mozilla-based software. It installs through one installer, so it makes it easy to set up and start accessing the Internet. To be fair, anyone can simply download Firefox and Thunderbird, so this suite is only really suitable for giving to users who want to get on the net for the first time.
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