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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.


#132 Re: What's the word on fixing up memory waste?

by webmoebius

Saturday November 3rd, 2001 2:14 AM

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Strangely, I have been using Netscape 4.X for the longest time and found well behaved memory management, until I recently went to Netscape 4.78, and noticed that it was leaking like crazy. However, after I started using Netscape 6.2 (the first Netscape 6.X release I seriously used without uninstalling and in fact migrated everything over), I found its memory management compared to 4.78 very tight. I could run it all night and Windows system resources stay high. I have heard other users like you who have experienced massive memory leaks with Netscape 6.X. Beats me.