If you need to have a web browser that
1 Runs flash, java and any other plugins that Mozilla supports.
2 Allows you to browse your network and read files on windows shares ( rw will
be in kde 3.1 )
3 Acts as a ftp and sftp client
4 Also acts as a filesystem browser
5 Displays the vast majority of web sites correctly and in some cases better
6 Allows you to change the browser identification string to trick sites that
only allow people using Internet exploiter to access them
7 Is fast and incredibly easy to use
Then you need konqueror
If you want a fast easy to use and customisable mail client that supports all
kinda bells and whistles and doesn't need a pension card to operate it then
you need Kmail.
On Thursday 19 December 2002 21:41, SoloCDM wrote:
> This issue concerns the use of web browsers and MTAs. I have read
> many differing opinions about the latest versions of Netscape
> vs. Mozilla. Mozilla seems to have one too many drawbacks (one
> obvious: extremely slow) from the little usage I tried. I heard
> Netscape has many advertisements in the browser. PINE at this point
> seems to be the only stable version I can count on. It was installed
> originally as a backup . . . now it is permanently used for mail.
> Other web browsers substitute for Netscape. What are some of the
> most recommended programs that encompass web browsing and mail?
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