Mozilla is an open-source Web browser, designed for standards compliance, performance and portability. Mozilla is a cousin to Netscape Communicator that is being developed by the Free Software Community with the cooperation and support of Netscape.
Reviewing 1.8 Alpha 3 (Sep 23, 2004)
I've never been a big Mozilla fan, but this thing is fantastic. With the theme cofiguration I did, I now have one of the most beautiful browsers on the net. It is rapidly becoming more flexible than even Opera and I really like Opera.
Reviewing 1.6 Alpha (Nov 10, 2003)
like netscape (of course) boasts good interface and much prettier than IE, but doesn't handle some applets/scripts well...not all bad.
Reviewing 1.6 Alpha (Nov 1, 2003)
Still the best internet suite. The new fetures in mail are very nice. Especialy deleting mail from POP servers after x days. I was waiting for that an now it is here. Awsome.
Reviewing 1.5 RC2 (Sep 27, 2003)
Mozilla is a fine Linux browser, coming prepackaged with most Linux distros. Still, I'm reserving my 5 stars for the final version of Mozilla's Firebird (http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firebird)
It's faster and slicker than Mozilla, with a few bugs to work out (version .61). BTW, there's no need to bash Micro$oft's IE. They don't make a browser for UNIX/Linux, and since that's my OS of choice why worry about something that's of no consequence (at least to me).
Reviewing 1.4 Final (Jul 1, 2003)
ie is bloated in that it takes up so much hard drive space.