October 15, 2003
Three Major Mozilla Releases Today

Lots of browser-ey goodness on the open-source software front today from the Mozilla Project — they’ve released three major new iterations of their more-impressive-than-ever lineup of products:

All of these are outstanding products and well worth your time to check out, if you haven’t already. If you haven’t looked at Mozilla in a while and remember it as bloated and slow, you’ll especially want to check out Firebird, which strips out all the extraneous features to provide a slick, snappy, standards-compliant browser. The Mozilla team are planning to phase out the old Mozilla Suite in favor of optimized, separate applications like Firebird and Thunderbird, so if you haven’t made the switch yet, now’s a great time to do it!

Posted by Jason Lefkowitz at October 15, 2003
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