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40,000 M9 Downloads In First Week

Friday September 3rd, 1999

Chris Hofmann of mozilla.org writes, "70,000 folks actually downloaded during the 5 weeks M8 was available and 40,000 people have already download M9 in the first week the milestone has been available.

The trend of people downloading, getting interested, and getting plugged in to mozilla and mozillazine seems to continue on an upward spiral.

Go seamonkey! ;-)"

You can check out the latest release for Win32, Mac, and Linux (three flavors) at the mozilla FTP site.


#17 Plus the development builds

by Anon

Saturday September 4th, 1999 7:40 PM

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Right on. I've started to try nighlty builds since I found a local (faaaast) mirror, near my workstation at the lab. And the nightly builds look amazing, definitely much more superior to the M9 build. Speed is incredible, and the usability in Linux has improved tremendously (no more blurring when scrolling with the arrows, for example). Every day things only get better. Go Mozilla! :-) (If only they'd fix the Dynamic HTML in Linux, I'd be a happy guy. :-) Gecko's Realm works, but no animation is displayed when rendering the page. All fine under Win32.)