Belgian 'Computer Magazine' Recommends Mozilla Firebird, Beonex and K-Meleon
Thursday January 22nd, 2004
bim writes: "The Belgian monthly Computer Magazine has an extremely positive article about Mozilla. The article looks at alternative browsers, but really only includes Gecko-based software. They examined Firebird, Beonex and K-Meleon and praise all three for their speed, features, download size, stability and security. The article concludes that it doesn't matter which Gecko-based browser you choose, you'll always be better of than when you stick with Internet Explorer.
"CM is available in Belgium both in a Dutch and French version."
#1 'Recommends [...] Beonex' ?
by stmoebius <email@example.com>
Friday January 23rd, 2004 1:54 AM
Beonex looks pretty dead, doesn't it?
How does Beonex differ from Seamonkey?
Beonex Mail has experimantal roaming access. <http://www.beonex.com/com…ator/version/0.9/new.html> And Beonex is not dead: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en; rv:1.4.1) Gecko/20031119 Beonex/0.9.0.0-stable
#2 extremely invisible
Friday January 23rd, 2004 5:00 AM
It might be extremely positive but it is also extremely invisible, I can't find it on that page. Must be available in the printed edition only.
it is only available in the printed edition