Netscape X
Netscape X
7.2

3.5

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Netscape X7.2

17 August 2004

Web browser.

Overview

Netscape is an Internet Web browser.

What's new in Netscape X

Version 7.2:

Note: Netscape is no longer developed or supported.

  • Popup Window Controls have been improved to block mouseover pop-ups and limit the number of pop-ups when popup window controls preference is set to off.
  • Password Manager allows you to display saved passwords.
  • vCard support in Netscape Mail.
  • Improvements to Palm Sync.
  • Table Editing controls in Composer.
  • Improvements in browser rendering speed and application start-up.
  • Improvements in standards support.

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81 Reviews of Netscape X

Notimetoulouse
15 April 2011
Version: 7.2

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TO MACUPDATE ADMIN. This could be taken down - it's been discontinued for years now.
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Notimetoulouse
15 April 2011
Version: 7.2
TO MACUPDATE ADMIN. This could be taken down - it's been discontinued for years now.
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Peyton Lingle
14 September 2005
Version: 7.2
I previously used Netscape 7.2.6 on my eMac (OS 10.3.9) successfully for over a year and suddenly would not launch. So I deleted everything in my files relating to Netscape except Netscape Users and restarted. I have downloaded Netscape 7.2 using both Safari and Internet Explorer browsers and find that it will not launch either. Why am I having this problem?
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3
Moldarin
03 July 2005
Version: 7.2
Netscape for Mac lost everything when Netscape desided not to keep makeing new versions for Mac.
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5
Anonymous
28 March 2005
Version: 7.2
Netscape 7.2 is a real godsend. It is quick, it is stable, it has an integrated mail client and address book. Good junk mail controls (not as impressive as Apple's Mail, but good). Rendering is great so far. Tabbed browsing is superior to Safari inasmuch as if 3-4 tabs are loading at once, you are not blocked out of changing tabs until loading is complete. No spinning beachball of death, like Safari's has prone to of late. I can't say enough good stuff about this latest version of Netscape! It's just what the doctor ordered! And best of all, it was a surprise! I though that this would be a real loser broswer -- out of date, unstable, etc. -- but it wasn't. Competes with or exceeds most of the other browsers out there! A+
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Anonymous
21 February 2005
Version: 7.2
Not a bad browser. Near fast or (surprisingly) faster than Mozilla. If you use ICQ,AIM and need a official brand/support, use this instead of Mozilla. About Firefox? I'd use Camino instead.
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4.5
YULIMULI
17 February 2005
Version: 7.2
i am using this one on mac g4-867 with osx 10.3, and i have to say its faster then safari and it works great with hebrew files(100%)!!!! FOR ME I THINK THIS ONE IS THE BEST FOR MAC !!!
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3.5
Bxlbjorn
01 October 2004
Version: 7.2
Hi people. I love this browser but can someone tell me how I can change/hack the email client ! I hate it when it opens it own Netscape email client instead of my own prefered application when clicking an email link!!! Thank you !
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4.75
misterjspencer
29 September 2004
Version: 7.2
hmmm haven't used this for ages, and had to download it to work internet banking...I am really surprised how good it is!!
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Anonymous
22 August 2004
Version: 7.2
Why theres a link above to c|net review of netscape which doesnt even review this version. 7.2 ?!!
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4
Anonymous
22 August 2004
Version: 7.2
Holly Crp. they mustve put intercooled supercharger on this one. Safari has a serious speed competition.....no really.
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5
Anonymous
21 August 2004
Version: 7.2
FAST!!
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4.75
Anonymous
21 August 2004
Version: 7.2
It's good!
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1
Anonymous
18 August 2004
Version: 7.2
Aussitôt installé, aussitôt désinstallé =x Je prefrère largement Safari !
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4.25
Anonymous
18 August 2004
Version: 7.2
Good update. Fast and clean.
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5
Anonymous
18 August 2004
Version: 7.2
Great fast version. No bloat. Same size as Mozilla ;)
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1.75
Anonymous
18 August 2004
Version: 7.2
Oh the humanity!
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Anonymous
18 August 2004
Version: 7.2
Don't bother if you've already got Mozilla 1.7.2. That's about all it is, only with more bloat.
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Anonymous
18 August 2004
Version: 7.2
After I´ve just read all comments down here, I thought it might be a reasonable idea DL netscape (after long years) again. But: The guys at Netscape are not able to program a multilanguage version (done within some eye-clicks for professional OS-X-programmers). Well, I was looking for a german version. I had a look at the german site, but only Netscape 7.1 is running german up to now)! It´s a shame. We are living in a world that (so they say) "comes together", but some software companies and most home-programmers not even try to be up to date. Netscape seems to be one of them.
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Anonymous
18 August 2004
Version: 7.2
I downloaded this for my Mac G4 dual 1ghz and it is still screwed up, after two years of non use. Try to download 'toyfactory' scheme and won't do it, it requires 7.0 to use, doesn't support 7.2! Tried to use 'Radio' button, doesn't support Mac, only Windows. This is the ONLY browser that requires YOU to log in. Can you imagine that, I have to LOG IN to MY browser before using it. Still a piece of crap, will always be a piece of crap, stick with Safari for a Mac, Netscape is just window dressing for Windows.
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Anonymous
17 August 2004
Version: 7.2
'Back in the day', I used Netscape... as did most everyone before IE clobbered it. I dropped Netscape sometime after Navigator 4.08 came out. I liked 4.08, it was the last version of the standalone Netscape browser to come out for years to come, no bloat. One can argue that the Mozilla project's various standalone browser spinoffs, Camino, Firefox, etc., are now carrying on the legacy of Navigator 4.08, finally. Then IE 4.0, I think that was the version, took me away with its rendering speed and fast 'pageback'. IE was better than Netscape, for me and my needs, than was Netscape Nevergetter at that point in time. And here we are some years later, and I can't stand Mozilla for even a second. Camino was my default browser for awhile, then came Safari which suits me perfectly. I won't even think about OmniWeb, much less Opera or iCab. I think the last time I gave Netscape a shot was version 6.0 which as we all know was perfectly horrible. But these reviews have got my curiosity going and I just might try Netscape 7.2. Might... heh heh.
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5
TwisterMc
17 August 2004
Version: 7.2
Great update! Fast launch and fast browsing.
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5
Bob_weiner
17 August 2004
Version: 7.2
Netscape is BACK, baby. 7.2 is the best incarnation yet. On a whim, I decided to download it -- sure, the last time I touched Netscape it was a bloated pig. But, hey, I'm at work -- and I've got time to test it. It's fast, it's furious, and it's what 7.1 and 6 should have been in the first place. I'm happy I gave Netscape 7.2 a whirl. I like it, and I just may start using it again. Welcome back, Netscape!
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Anonymous
17 August 2004
Version: 7.2
I was all ready to give this a bad review, but once you change its apperance to a more aqua feel its actually not that bad. I know it doesn't look as slick as safari, but its got a load of features, and the AOL disease doesn't seem to have spread itself to the 4 corners of my hard drive after installing Netscape. I might just stick with this for a while to see how it goes! nice to see you back netscape
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Anonymous
05 April 2004
Version: 7.1
I'm just wondering why people still use Netscape. The Mozilla range of browsers (Mozilla, Firefox, Camino) use much of the same technology as Netscape, are/were created by many of the same people and are quite a bit better and more advanced than Netscape.
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Anonymous
25 March 2004
Version: 7.1
Ever since 6.2 netscape fails to start in my OSX 10.3. It starts up and crashes. Always.
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4.5
Anonymous
18 March 2004
Version: 7.1
I tried to use Netscape 7.1, a lot of improvement compared to Netscape 7.0 (last netscape version I used) It works fast, stable and fine on my iBook. Although they should change their look n feel. It feels old.
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2.25
Anonymous
16 March 2004
Version: 7.1
Netscape 7.1 crashes instantly with mail and newsgroups. Tried and retried everything in my Preferences and still no results. Moral: Stick with 7.0 until this is resolved.
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Thomas
23 November 2003
Version: 7.1
I can't get my OS9 Netscape 7.0 preferences into my OSX Netscape 7.1. I've tried everything. Profile Managers won't open, directly importing from "Tools" in Mail does nothing. Anyone have any ideas?
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5
Anonymous
26 September 2003
Version: 7.1
Finally, this is a very usable browser, again! The proven Gecko engine works like a charm and the guys at Netscape have a hand for polishing the Mozilla base into a nice package. Would be nice if there was a more OS X-looking theme, though. Safari will allways be No. 1, but this is a nice addition.
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3
Anonymous
12 August 2003
Version: 7.1
Clicking on newsgroup images causes Netscape to crash and quit every time.
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Anonymous
11 August 2003
Version: 7.1
Just tried downloading this twice and each time I get a Japanese splash screen for the software licence. Anyone else had this happen?
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4.75
JeepGunner
04 August 2003
Version: 7.1
Netscape 7.1 is really nice. Very stable, dependable.... I haven't had a single crash, and the option of marking Email messages as "junk," keeps me from having to constantly make new filters for sp@m. One click, and the garbage is gone. Java has worked flawlessly... Everything about 7.1 is just excellent. I wish it had more themes, though. I'm currently using the Sky Pilot Classic theme though, and it's very attractive. I've never used Internet Explorer, and with this latest version of Netscape, I never will.
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1.25
Anonymous
04 August 2003
Version: 7.1
what a joke, if i'm in osx i only use safari as it has yet to fail me, but in os 9 i am stuck with netscape 7 which needs a lot of help!!!!!!!!!!....whoever decided to drop classic support from 7.1 is a moron!!!!!!!!
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Anonymous
04 August 2003
Version: 7.1
try deleting your netscape/mozilla folder in your Library folder ~/Library/Application Support/Mozilla (or Netscape i dunno which its called, i can't stand to use the @*%! thing) but FIRST SAVE YOUR BOOKMARKS FILE if it resides there, likely named Bookmarks.html or something similar. or just do a Find and rip out Netscape and its associated files and reinstall... this procedure works for so many app's issues
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2.5
Norman Bates
04 August 2003
Version: 7.1
Netscape 7.1 and OSX10.2.6 So far is the fastest browser that I've ever used. The BIG PROBLEM THAT I HAVE IS THAT IT KEEPS QUITING IN LESS THAN 10 MINUTES OF USE!!! Does anyone knows what's going on? Thanks
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4
Bob
17 July 2003
Version: 7.1
Netscape has shot itself in the corporate foot for quite some time, but release 7.1 may be their way of healing the wound. It is (after a slightly longer startup than others) the fastest browser for OS X that I have used (Camino keeps crashing on my PowerMac G4 1GHz boohoo), and I look forward to future implementations. If you don't want to use the extra features, delete them!! Simple. So goodbye IE -- Netscape 7.1 and Safari 1.0 (with Safari Enhancer) are on my Mac to stay. **But Netscape, please do something about the browser window controls going blank!!!**
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3.75
Anonymous
13 July 2003
Version: 7.1
Netscape's best OS X release to date... So far, very stable... Filtering and password problems still seem to persist... On the whole, does what I want it to do.
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Anonymous
03 July 2003
Version: 7.1
You mean that for YOU and on YOUR Mac Netscape is faster than Safari... this NOT the case for me, Safari outright slaughters EVERY other available browser for OS X in terms of speed ON MY MAC. It's not even close: Safari wins ON MY MAC. Your Mileage May Vary.
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4.75
Anonymous
03 July 2003
Version: 7.1
Let the flames begin.. but this version of Netscape is a little faster than Safari to render pages. No, it doesn't launch as quickly. Yes, it's got a lot of features many people won't need/want/use. If, however, you're looking for a fast browser which can also double as a newsreader, a mail app (with the ability to send and receive AOL mail, something Apple's Mail can't do), an instant messenger client (AIM & ICQ, plus an IRC client), a middleweight HTML creator and an address book, then take a look. If you don't need all the add-ons, then go take a look at the separately released Mozilla browser which acts as Netscape's renderer. (Admittedly, I haven't -- but it's likely to be just be as fast, if not faster, than Netscape 7.1 -- caveat emptor.)
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4.25
Anonymous
02 July 2003
Version: 7.1
This is far and away the best version of Netscape since 4.78. It crashed on startup the first time I launched it, but I discovered that it worked fine as long as I didn't foolishly rename the app itself. Aside from that, this browser is blazingly fast compared to recent versions, especially the atrocious Netscape 6. Tabbed Browsing is great, themes are cool, and with Safari out there as well, there's no reason at all to use Explorer anymore.
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Anonymous
02 July 2003
Version: 7.1
This thing "quits unexpectedly" every time we try to launch it. Went back to 7.0.x -- at least that one works!
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Anonymous
01 July 2003
Version: 7.1
"browsing" is a new feature? hmmm. That should be useful.
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Anonymous
01 July 2003
Version: 7.1
56MB for a browser? Is this someone's idea of a joke? It's not funny, it's not even usefull. Netscape must be trying to get people to use other browsers by makign their software worse with each version, instead of just killing the app outright.
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2.5
Wordman
01 July 2003
Version: 7.1
The people at Netscape *still* don't seem to get it: I, for one, do NOT want a 60 Mb Swiss Army knife for a browser. I don't need included email app - I have Mailsmith. My interest in instant messaging, IRC chat and newsgroups is negligible. I don't need a Netscape email address - I have an unlimited number, since I own a couple of domain names. Netscape 7.1 also doesn't display pages very well - it throws in underlines when "invisible .gif" spacers are used, thus giving the appearance of a checklist. Arrrgh! And Netscape *is* pokey when starting up compared to Safari, Opera, iCab and Mozilla. I can't think of *any* reasons I would use Netscape 7.1 as my default browser. Sorry.
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5
Anonymous
01 July 2003
Version: 7.1
This release of Netscape has finally given Safari competition. I have founded to be FAST in overall download and great features to boot. Tabs, pop-ups block, rendering speed, and integrated e-mail are the great features. Bravo Netscape 7.1 and goodbye to Explorer, for good.
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1.75
Anonymous
30 June 2003
Version: 7.1
Doesn't suck that bad?! I'm looking for something that doesn't suck at all. Get a clue Netscape, you're outmatched. Suffering from feature bloat, MB bloat and old feature set... no thanks, there are much better browers no matter what your OS.
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4.75
Anonymous
30 June 2003
Version: 7.1
Netscape is a GOOD browser! Must to have if you design web pages. Beside is, that with future absence of IE, this one is going to always next to Safari! No question!
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Griz
30 June 2003
Version: 7.1
Netscape is getting left behind. There are much better browsers out there and a lot smaller in MB,s.
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Anonymous
30 June 2003
Version: 7.1
all this wasted money on netscape is a shame.
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2.5
Anonymous
30 June 2003
Version: 7.1
full screen mode?where? heavy...
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Anonymous
30 June 2003
Version: 7.1
Browsing is a new feature?? Do they mean localhost browsing or internet browsing? This is the strangest thing I have ever heard about a web browser...
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Anonymous
30 June 2003
Version: 7.1
Image resizing? That's the stupidest thing of which I've ever heard. I only keep this around to test sites I build.
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4
Steven Chung
14 May 2003
Version: 7.0.2
For mac users who cannot use Safari because it requires OSX.2, but don't want to use MS Exploder, this is one of the second best choices. The application does start up slowly though. The Mail & Newsgroup app works fine (my own account or NetScape mail account). Too bad there is no filter option to manage spam. The chat function works fine (but I prefer MacMessenger because most of my friends are on MSN), and if you have a NetScape mail account, it's great combined with e-mail. The browser though is a bit outdated. Sometimes the "right button menu" refuses to disappear until you choose one of the menu items (which is still a problem in Mozilla), but I like the appearance of this menu after a short while holding the regular mouse button. The application also crashes on a few sites. The tabs, however are a great feature to prevent window mess, as the options to manage individual cookies and sites. The option to prevent an new window automatically be made when clicked on a link is ok, but a pop-up killer would be better.
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2.75
Ian Lueck
26 February 2003
Version: 7.0.2
I'm surprised nobody else mentioned this, but when I ran Netscape 6 OR 7, the Back and Forward buttons don't even work! Not only that, but if you type a web address in the address bar you can't just press Return but you actually have to click "Go" with your mouse. What a joke! And did I mention it's slow? Forget any version of Netscape after 4.8; stick with IE, Chimera, or Safari.
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3.5
Anonymous
20 February 2003
Version: 7.0.2
Netscape 7.02 is based on Mozilla 1.0.2. So basically this new Netscape offering is a couple of months old already. They should have based it on Mozilla 1.2 at least. The question is, who needs Netscape 7.02?
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1.25
Anonymous
19 February 2003
Version: 7.0.2
It's pathetic. Too slow, 17MB large (for what?) and it doesn't match with Safari. I last used Netscape 4.7 a few years ago, and thought I'd give this one a try.... shouldn't have.
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1
Anonymous
19 February 2003
Version: 7.0.2
I love the OSX Apps, mail.app, iCal.app, addressbook.app SAFARI.app. They all work well together. SO why bother with this clumsy attempt?!
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1.75
Anonymous
19 February 2003
Version: 7.0.2
Too slow compare to Chimera or IE! Crashes all the time, and I agree that it was bad on OS 9, and the worst on OS X!
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2
Anonymous
19 February 2003
Version: 7.0.2
It's as stable as a needle on it's head! It's slow, it crashed more times than I have time for and it's really not worth the Chimera! As for e-mail, stick to the OS X mail app!
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4.75
Anonymous
19 February 2003
Version: 7.0.2
Safari, Chimera and iCab too are wonderful browsers, both light and fast. Netscape is comparable to IE, perhaps, with a better GUI, a fully integrated eMail client and altogether more contemporary and elegant than IE. Can we not have the best of two worlds and have a choice, depending on individual need and preference?
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2.5
Anonymous
19 February 2003
Version: 7.0.2
Another sorry excuse for a browser. I was wanting an OS9 replacement for NS 4.8, but this still won't do. There were no helper applications (mime settings are blank) in the prefs, none of the plugins worked, the radio page crashes and its still too darn slow to replace NS 4.8 for everyday use. In OSX, there is no way to disable the e-mail (I don't need another e-mail program in OSX). OSX users should Stick to Safari or Chimera, which are far faster and don't crash as much.
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5
Anonymous
19 February 2003
Version: 7.0.2
An excellent, stable bowser. Not only do I rely on it, I enjoy using it too. If I want to get somewhere really fast, I turn to Safari. All the browsing anyone needs, imo.
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5
Deido
16 December 2002
Version: 7.0.1
It still a bit slow in interface. But is a great software. And is the only one that i will use if it keep doing this great work. Very recomended
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4.5
Anonymous
13 December 2002
Version: 7.0.1
It was definately worth the download. It looks and runs very smooth, and is very solid. I'm running it on a 600Mhz iMac with 384Mb of RAM. No problems at all!
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1.75
Mac007
11 December 2002
Version: 7.0.1
Well I down loaded this twice and the application starts but no menu's show and using keys to open browser windows does absolutly nothing. This is worse than the previous version which had the problem that once you closed all windows you couldn't launch any more windows unless you quit the program and restarted it. If this keeps up I figure the next version after this will just dissappear at launch. Very weird.
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5
Anonymous
10 December 2002
Version: 7.0.1
With the addition of some pop-up blocking (the javascript way doesn't work on all sites and breaks others), Netscape finally earns a good review from me. As far as the 'total package' apps that use gecko its the overall best with the inclusion of an integrated spell checker. Shame on the open source guys for not putting this in a looong time ago. Mozilla is still on the cutting edge (and that is where it should be) but it doesn't get the top marks as an entire package (news, mail, etc) until they add this one simple feature (spell checking). So far 7.01 is very stable and quicker than IE. Chimera still wins as overall best browser only package, and omniweb wins with the best integrated ad and pop-up filtering.
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4.25
FrankS
10 December 2002
Version: 7.0.1
Much better than the last version of 7. It is stable so far. IE consistantly quits under Jaguar.
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Anonymous
10 December 2002
Version: 7.0.1
Meh, I don't understand where the big deal with Netscape is when there is the 99.9% open version of it: Mozilla. Netscape, you suck - sorry. :(
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4.25
Anonymous
07 December 2002
Version: 7.0
It was working pretty well for a while. It was fast, and I liked the features. But one day it just crashed and refused to work again, despite reinstalling it. Other than that "minor" problem it was great.
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2.25
Anonymous
07 November 2002
Version: 7.0
piece of XXXX crashes on almost every site that is not basic html - even netscape.com
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4.75
Anonymous
17 October 2002
Version: 7.0
This 7.0X rocks!!!
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4.5
Anonymous
03 October 2002
Version: 7.0
I was using I.E up to 5.2.1X, and pretty happy with it until it started crashing. Netscape to 6X was BAD; sloowww and buggy but this 7.0 is actually more stable and seem faster than IE 5.2.1X, and I like the tabbed window feature.
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Fred
08 September 2002
Version: 7.0
Although I love Netscape 7.0, I have a problem with its mail program. I had been using Outlook Express and over the years have accumalated a lot of mail. When trying to import to Netscape from Outlook the only options I get is from previous Netscape programs or Eudora. No were does it say Outlook Express. So there is no importing:(
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5
02 September 2002
Version: 7.0
MUCH MUCH better than version 6! This version is really up to speed with Internet Explorer, and is very stable. Multiple tabs have been implemented, as well as IQC, full version of AIM, improvements to the address book, and more. Users of version 6 should upgrade to this version!
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4.75
UmarOMC
01 September 2002
Version: 7.0
I'm finally going to use Netscape more than Mozilla!? Wow! And this one's quite stable- no more Unexpected Quits as I seemed to have come to expect with previous builds. Unfortunately takes as long as Mozilla to launch, kind of mehemoth-like... but the features, useability and stability make up for it all!
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cabossio
01 September 2002
Version: 7.0
Has anyone got this running on 10.2? After launching, it delays for a long time on the Connecting To Network, then that window goes away and I get the spinning ball with absolutely no menu items. It just sits there. Any suggestions? I run Mozilla and Chimera with no problems - and I've tried trashing the Mozilla preference file.
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3
RyZe
29 August 2002
Version: 7.0
I can't get this or Mozilla to work. It doesn't load pages it just stands there and says loading but nothing ever comes up no matter what web page. I think something on my cpu doesn't like it. I am running 10.1.5 on a G4 400. Anyone else have this problem???
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5
Anonymous
29 August 2002
Version: 7.0
Netscape 7 is the best app I ever used. With the add-on Chatzilla (irc), Netscape become THE web app : http, mailto, nntp, ftp, irc, icq, aol & adress book. Simply perfect ! (Oh, there's just one thing : Netscape isn't nice).
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5
Jeroen/The Netherlands
29 August 2002
Version: 7.0
Wow! What an improvement! I really like the Tabbed Browsing feature!
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4.5
Anonymous
26 May 2002
Version: 7.0pr1
Surprisingly stable and zippy, a TREMENDOUS improvement from 6.x.
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3
Anonymous
22 May 2002
Version: 7.0pr1
I'm sticking with Mozilla RC2! On a cursory hour of browsing NS7 is both a bit slower and seems less elegant. I know this is a preview release, but since Mozilla RC2 is actually newer code than NS7 what's the point.
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