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Netscape Releases Netscape 6.2

Tuesday October 30th, 2001

Netscape today released version 6.2 of it's browser based on Mozilla. Downloads for a variety of platforms and languages are available (we've linked to the english builds, there are other languages of Netscape 6 available, and we expect that, as in the past, more tranlations of 6.2 will show up later), and you can also check out the release notes. This release comes off the Mozilla 0.9.4 branch, and is the third major release from Netscape using Mozilla.


#113 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: I like it!

by asa <asa@mozilla.org>

Wednesday October 31st, 2001 8:20 PM

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The Gimp doesn't do a lot of things that photoshop does. I used to use photoshop a lot when it was freely available on the Macs in the computer labs at my last school. I don't use it now because it costs $609. That's about 100 dollars more than I'm paying for my screaming fast Athlon 1.4 GHz machine with a gig of RAM. I used to use PaintShop Pro, too, which I consider to be a bit less useful in functionality and usability to the GIMP but not bad for a free app. It cost $109 now. I use the gimp because there isn't a more powerful image manipulation program on the planet that costs me $0. I have never claimed that the Gimp was better than Photoshop. But it is the hands down winner in value.

--Asa