What is NETSCAPE?
Netscape is a series of web browsers that come originally from Netscape Communications Corporation. This company is now a subsidiary of AOL. After the first browser war, Netscape was discontinued and support for all Netscape browsers and client products were terminated on March 1, 2008. It is a web browsing tool. Netscape Navigator can open multiple sites in one window. Each site also opens a different tab. Users can also bookmark all sites that are opened in one window with just one click. A beta of the program was first released on June 2007, and the final version was released on October 2007.
Netscape Navigator 9’s features include newsfeed support, and become integrated with a Propeller Internet portal. This browser returns to multiplatform support across Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. Operating systems for Netscape Navigator include Windows 95, 98, and Vista. It also works on Mac OS, v9x to 10.0, v10.1, v10.2 to v10.5, and 3.1.
File types supported by NETSCAPE
Our users primarily use NETSCAPE to open these file types:
Some users also use NETSCAPE to open these file types:
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