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Mozilla for Windows 1.7.13 for Windows

by The Mozilla Organization

Avg. Rating 4.0 (515 votes)

File Details

File Size 11.2 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 89,328
Publisher The Mozilla Organization
Homepage Mozilla
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

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.

Latest Reviews

Sven123456789

Sven123456789 reviewed v1.7.13 on Apr 16, 2007

Was my favorite browser at the time. Seamonkey is the next line after this version of Mozilla. Not much has changed since this version except the security updates in Seamonkey, and the menu bar changes color in secure sites. Somehow i miss the Mozilla name. Never liked Seamonkey, though i use it allot. In anycase, if your out there and like to experiment with old software, give this a shot and see what the best browser was back in the day.

Browser12

Browser12 reviewed v1.7.13 on Apr 21, 2006

Zridling, Why put a neg. review Like this. Its a only a security update. If u liked 1.7.12, u will like this. As for the rest of my review. Its still the best browser in my opinion. Seamonkey 1.01 still renders allot of webpages in wrong manner for me. Plus my fav. theme- Nautipolis only works with Mozilla, Including 1.7.13. Opera is a cluttered mess in my opionion, just like Netscape, my former favorite browser. IE is ok, does the job, but if the 7.0 is any indication, its going the way of the Opera-Netscape. Plus i always liked the email client with Mozilla. Thunderbird doesnt give u the bcc option or an easy way to choose your email clients like the Mozilla email client. Keep up the updates group. People like myself still use this.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.7.13 on Apr 20, 2006

Tired of Mozilla's unceasing [dangerous] crap thrown at its users, and I'm moving on for good. I guess building a better browser wasn't as easy as they told us. Buh-bye!

seier

seier reviewed v1.7.13 on Apr 20, 2006

Mozilla is indeed a terrific browser, but I too have already switched to Sea Monkey and like it better. it also looks like Intel Mac OSX users should stick to Sea Monkey as well.

ecarlson

ecarlson reviewed v1.7.13 on Apr 20, 2006

Mozilla 1.7.x was fine, but now that the new version - Seamonkey - is out, and is working fine for me in Windows 2000 & XP, and has a few added and useful features, I don't have a reason to go back to the older 1.7.x version of the Mozilla suite.

- Eric, http://www.InvisibleRobot.com/

goalla

goalla reviewed v1.7.12 on Sep 22, 2005

I started using mozilla some 5 months back,I like it very much in many aspects like Tabbed browsing,Easy downloadability,the search engines available at the right end,Security and more over the way it diaplays data.

Only thing I expect improvement is custmizability of tool bars.In that aspect IE and Opera are ahead.
Rajesh Goalla
http://netizensnest.blogspot.com

maraskus

maraskus reviewed v1.7.11 on Aug 2, 2005

It's a great browser, for me, much good than FireFox, in memory management, in speed , in simplicity.
Security es very good, and the front-end nice.

It's a great Opera Challenger

seier

seier reviewed v1.7.11 on Aug 1, 2005

Hi Gang,
For those of you that didn't read the changelog there's no point to this release unless you utilize their e-mail reader. I've always preferred outlook express.
Cheers,
Christian Blackburn

gchenry

gchenry reviewed v1.7.11 on Jul 31, 2005

The changes for Mozilla 1.7.11 can be found at
http://www.mozilla.org/r...zilla1.7.11/README.html

Although Mozilla will never make 1.8 SeaMonkey will take its place
http://wiki.mozilla.org/SeaMonkey:Home_Page

http://www.mozilla.org/projects/intl/beta1.html

fxt107

fxt107 reviewed v1.7.11 on Jul 30, 2005

This is what I want - but I want the AIM sidebar integrated.

Will they ever do this?

Avg. Rating 4.0 (515 votes)
Your Rating
Sven123456789

Sven123456789 reviewed v1.7.13 on Apr 16, 2007

Was my favorite browser at the time. Seamonkey is the next line after this version of Mozilla. Not much has changed since this version except the security updates in Seamonkey, and the menu bar changes color in secure sites. Somehow i miss the Mozilla name. Never liked Seamonkey, though i use it allot. In anycase, if your out there and like to experiment with old software, give this a shot and see what the best browser was back in the day.

Browser12

Browser12 reviewed v1.7.13 on Apr 21, 2006

Zridling, Why put a neg. review Like this. Its a only a security update. If u liked 1.7.12, u will like this. As for the rest of my review. Its still the best browser in my opinion. Seamonkey 1.01 still renders allot of webpages in wrong manner for me. Plus my fav. theme- Nautipolis only works with Mozilla, Including 1.7.13. Opera is a cluttered mess in my opionion, just like Netscape, my former favorite browser. IE is ok, does the job, but if the 7.0 is any indication, its going the way of the Opera-Netscape. Plus i always liked the email client with Mozilla. Thunderbird doesnt give u the bcc option or an easy way to choose your email clients like the Mozilla email client. Keep up the updates group. People like myself still use this.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.7.13 on Apr 20, 2006

Tired of Mozilla's unceasing [dangerous] crap thrown at its users, and I'm moving on for good. I guess building a better browser wasn't as easy as they told us. Buh-bye!

seier

seier reviewed v1.7.13 on Apr 20, 2006

Mozilla is indeed a terrific browser, but I too have already switched to Sea Monkey and like it better. it also looks like Intel Mac OSX users should stick to Sea Monkey as well.

ecarlson

ecarlson reviewed v1.7.13 on Apr 20, 2006

Mozilla 1.7.x was fine, but now that the new version - Seamonkey - is out, and is working fine for me in Windows 2000 & XP, and has a few added and useful features, I don't have a reason to go back to the older 1.7.x version of the Mozilla suite.

- Eric, http://www.InvisibleRobot.com/

goalla

goalla reviewed v1.7.12 on Sep 22, 2005

I started using mozilla some 5 months back,I like it very much in many aspects like Tabbed browsing,Easy downloadability,the search engines available at the right end,Security and more over the way it diaplays data.

Only thing I expect improvement is custmizability of tool bars.In that aspect IE and Opera are ahead.
Rajesh Goalla
http://netizensnest.blogspot.com

maraskus

maraskus reviewed v1.7.11 on Aug 2, 2005

It's a great browser, for me, much good than FireFox, in memory management, in speed , in simplicity.
Security es very good, and the front-end nice.

It's a great Opera Challenger

seier

seier reviewed v1.7.11 on Aug 1, 2005

Hi Gang,
For those of you that didn't read the changelog there's no point to this release unless you utilize their e-mail reader. I've always preferred outlook express.
Cheers,
Christian Blackburn

gchenry

gchenry reviewed v1.7.11 on Jul 31, 2005

The changes for Mozilla 1.7.11 can be found at
http://www.mozilla.org/r...zilla1.7.11/README.html

Although Mozilla will never make 1.8 SeaMonkey will take its place
http://wiki.mozilla.org/SeaMonkey:Home_Page

http://www.mozilla.org/projects/intl/beta1.html

fxt107

fxt107 reviewed v1.7.11 on Jul 30, 2005

This is what I want - but I want the AIM sidebar integrated.

Will they ever do this?

capandjudy

capandjudy reviewed v1.7.11 on Jul 30, 2005

Changelog???

gkar

gkar reviewed v1.7.11 on Jul 30, 2005

This suite is very good, but I guess I still prefer Firefox (and Thunderbird) because (for me) it's easier to tweak. But it still is a great all-around package and it has it all.

Yours Truly

Yours Truly reviewed v1.7.11 RC on Jul 28, 2005

In my opinion, the Mozilla Suite of internet applications ("Web-browser, advanced e-mail and newsgroup client, IRC chat client, and HTML editing made simple -- all your Internet needs in one application") exceeds the stand-alone Firefox (which is a browser only) in a variety of ways.

The Mozilla Suite (all apps) is smaller in overall size and consumes much less memory (RAM): the size of Firefox (browser), Thunderbird (email), Nvu (web page editor), and an IRC program, when all added together are greater in overall size, and if all apps are running together in memory they consume much more memory.

Mozilla Suite also offers a working "Quick Launch" feature which, when enabled, speeds up it's start-up time in opening 'any' of it's apps (browser, mail, etc.). None of the other independent programs mentioned offer this working feature.

However both the Mozilla Suite and Firefox, etc., offer add-ons, called extensions, which when installed offer an increased number of enhancements.

I have and do use both the Mozilla Suite and Firefox & Thunderbird. I say, to each their own.

I am personally looking forward to the upcoming release of the SeaMonkey Suite, an "all-in-one internet application suite" like the present Mozilla Suite, but it will be much improved. However, presently it is still in the alpha stage - i.e., not yet ready for prime time use.

Laurence

improvelence

improvelence reviewed v1.7.11 RC on Jul 27, 2005

It's kind of a waste of time to still be developing this.

Banquo

Banquo reviewed v1.7.10 on Jul 22, 2005

Terribly outdated compared to Firefox, but still better than IE. People say it has more features but actually that's not true at all. You can add mail, chat and everything else to Firefox. Mozilla does not allow you to right click in the bookmarks menu to sort, rename or delete entries, which Firefox has had for a long time now. Firefox has more themes and extensions available, and being their flagship browser now gets all the development attention. I found Mozilla to be stable, but no more so than Firefox. All in all it's a nice browser but Firefox is better.

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