Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DevilzFan, Dec 28, 2007.
ah.. Netscape and Webcrawler.. those were the days, I think I first used the internet in 1995 at highschool, does that year sound right?
I remember there wasn't really much to do back then, I never got into the whole email thing, even now, I barely use email, but when ICQ came around, I started spending all night on the internet talking to people all over the country, people were really friendly back then. Now you hop on and message a stranger and they block and report you
It still exists?
I always enjoy watching Netscape's loading image on the top right, it looks....mesmerizing.
Wait... Netscape is still around?
Netscape Navigator (in 1994) was the first web browser I ever used.
Before that it was a unix terminal emulator, I think I switched to internet explorer when IE 3 came out, I switched to Firefox when 2.0 came out and only use IE to connect to my job's S.A.P. website, as it's not supported on Firefox.
Netscapes grave certainly does deserve to be dug with a silver spade.
Ah, Netscape, I haven't heard of it since my family got a Mac back in...what? '92? '93? And since then we switched to Internet Explorer, and then finally to Firefox. I kinda figured Netscape would bite the dust sooner or later.
Now all we need to do is wait till the era of the DVD player is over.
im using it now, just to see how it is. not too shabby really!
Netscape 8 was basically just IE and Firefox emulation code, it didn't build off Netscape 7 at all.
That's what I was thinking.
die netscapebrowser, die netscapebrowser, die!
Netscape was awesome back in the day.
holy crap i thought netscape died a long long time ago
Alas, poor Netscape. R.I.P.
Netscape used to be my preferred browser until it took almost a minute to start up. Then I had to switch over to IE.
Netscape was the Browser to use. Then AOHell got their claws into it and it became Nutscrape, and it sucked. Then it died.
Yep that was AOHell's "Improvements" at work.
Farewell Netscape, old friend.
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