Is M12 Alpha?
Thursday December 2nd, 1999
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#74 Re: MacOS Mozilla
by gerbilpower <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Saturday December 4th, 1999 4:02 PM
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Well I regularly test out the Win32 builds (because I have frickin' a Windoze PC) and I sometimes download Mozilla builds to run on the Macs at my work. On a older G3 with MacOS 8.51 and 64 megs of RAM, it ran just as fast as my Pentium 233MHz MMX with 96 megs of ran and Windoze 98, or at least fairly close.
Although the first time it takes for it to start up takes forever, much longer than on with Windoze, but it's much closer to the MozWin32 start up speed after the first time.
There are a few other things I've noticed that in the Mac builds were a little slower than the PC builds but a great improvement in the Mac builds.
Although I want to test Mozilla on the iMacs there because they only have 32 megs of RAM.