MozillaZine and eWeek on Mozilla in 2002

Wednesday January 1st, 2003

aengblom writes: "Mozilla has made CNET's top 10 downloads of the 2002!"

In related news, several eWeek Labs analysts have described Mozilla as the 'Most Useful' or 'Most Impressive' technology of 2002. Thanks to MozFan for the pointer.

Update! The article aengblom refers to is actually a list of CNET's top picks of 2002. The Top Ten Downloads of 2002, a separate article in which Mozilla does not feature, is a list of the year's most-downloaded software.

#4 What eWeek and said

by MozSaidAloha

Wednesday January 1st, 2003 1:09 PM

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For those who don't want to read through eerything, here's what eWeek and said:


MOST USEFUL: The long-awaited official release of the open-source Mozilla Web browser brought the joy back to Web surfing. Highly customizable and with a host of features that actually serve the user rather than the company that owns the software, Mozilla has made Web surfing a much more efficient experience.

This long-awaited browser made it to version 1.0 in 2002, and recent releases put it at 1.2.1. I use Mozilla at work and home, looking at multiple pages in its tabbed interface while happily cruising along pop-up free. Mozilla is a fine example of software designed for users, and not for profit.