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Re: Mozilla Suite vs. Firefox



Dan wrote:
Mike Chalmers wrote:
Hi,
I was wondering what the differences are between the Mozilla Suite web
browser and Firefox?

From,
Mike

Well the Mozilla Suite is becoming obsolete in favor of Seamonkey (which is essentially the same thing, but more mainstream-intended, as Firefox was to Mozilla originally).
For the basics:
Mozilla/Seamonkey loads faster (by a large margin).
Firefox is used by far more people and thus has far more support, extensions, and themes, etc.
Mozilla/Seamonkey is an all-in-one browser/email/website composer package.
Firefox is simply a browser.
HTH
-Dan


Seamonkey has a lot better spell checking capabilities and uses the same profiles as mozilla/netscape. I use the seamonkey suite and am waiting for rpms for the suite to make it to make it to extras. Mozilla will soon be removed from core. Seamonkey will soon be in Extras.

Jim

--
Real programmers don't draw flowcharts.  Flowcharts are, after all, the
illiterate's form of documentation.  Cavemen drew flowcharts; look how
much good it did them.


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