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Mozilla Releases SeaMonkey 2.0

October 29th, 2009 10:48 admin

binarybum writes “Often forgotten, but the independent open source spirit lives strong in the once Mozilla project — now SeaMonkey. Version 2.0 is finally out and rivals Firefox with similar features but integrated email with a small footprint.” The Register has a short piece on the 2.0 release, which mentions that SeaMonkey is now based on Firefox 3.5.4. Stephen Shankland lists some of the features in a handy bullet-point style, too. I’m using the new release right now; it’s crashed once — but only once — in several hours of use.

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