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is packaged with
Linux is distributed with Doom!
...you can have your deck of
cards, I'll take a chainsaw!"
Other Cool Stuf:
Other Family Page
Some political stuff
page is dedicated
- This page is hopelessly
outdated! Just go to the Firefox,
Commander and irfanView
homepages for your fix of the best software available. ;-)
Mozilla is an open-source web browser, designed for standards
performance and portability. Mozilla is completely free. Furthermore,
can take the actual source code and improve it, or use it to make their
browser (Netscape, AOL and others are doing this).
Mozilla currently includes:
The source of all information. You can also report bugs there (BugZilla).
Mozilla 1.2 Alpha: download
Milestones are generally very stable and can be recommended
for daily browsing.
Test release. Has "newest" features & fixes, but could
bugs" - proceed with caution. Windows
Operating Systems (Linux, BEOS,
(Skins): Anyone can make a Theme
completely changes how the buttons, menus and many other elements look
There are two Themes already included, and there is a link
(View / Apply Theme) where there are many more Themes.
Show just about anything along the left
of any Mozilla window (e.g., your bookmarks, a search tool, current
or news, a notepad, a calculator, even a small game, etc.). screenshot
browsing: Show multiple web
pages as tabs
one browser window (press CTRL+T). Once discovered, many have said that
immediately become indispensible.screenshot
Killer: Ever get annoyed at
pop-up windows at you, or resize your browser window, or put
text in your statusbar? Whith Mozilla, you can allow or disallow any of
annoyances (under: Edit / Preferences / Advanced / Scripts &
Manager: Mozilla can remember
while browsing and for e-mail, and then automatically fill in usernames
passwords when you return to those places. Your passwords are protected
a "Master Password" which can easily be encrypted for dditional
Color-code e-mails with "labels" (e.g.,
friends=green, ToDo=red, work=purple), You can even use "Filters" to
give incoming mails a label (e.g., if sender = lairo.com, then label =
e-mail, Mozilla will remember the sender's address. So whenever you
to send an e-mail to that person, just begin typing their name in the
field and Mozilla will complete their name and e-mail address for you.
- These are still under development
good enough for daily use:
Checker: (currently doesn't work
only with 1.0 and 1.1) The name says it all. Get it here
of page). You can also get additional dictionaries there.
This is rapidly becoming a very slick calendar
and month/week/day views. You can even display online calendars such as
Gestures: Execute browser
commands by holding
a mousebutton and moving the mouse in certain patterns (like a magic wand).
For instance: click
... move left
goes to the previous page; draw an "S"
you the source code of the page, up-down reloads the page; down-left
that window; many more
project aims to create a means of access that is versatile enough to
fast and simple access to those various web-based e-mail accounts.
there is a sidebar tab with 15 available web-mail services. I haven't
this, but it sounds useful to those who have web-based e-mail accounts.
- A list of all
projects for Mozilla is here.
Just click on the download link above, save the file to your harddrive;
doubleclick the file to start the installation. The installation is
explanatory. The installation takes about 20 MB of harddrive space and
be completely uninstalled (unlike M$ Internet Explorer).
Setting up an E-Mail
You need some basic info from your e-mail provider before you get
- your username
- your password
- your e-mail
address (for the Sender's and
Server Name - for receiving mail
Server Type (i.e., POP or IMAP)
Server Name - for sending mail
To get to these preferences, from Windows: click Start
/ Programs /
. There, it will
automatically ask you for the info you
above. If you want to add another e-mail account (yes, some of us have
than one), lauch mail, then click on Edit
/ Mail & Newsgroups
Settings / Add Account
extra Modules Peter adds
he updates to the newest version?