As mentioned previously
, the Netscape Archive has been created to preserve a final resting place for client side Netscape applications, given that official support is ending March 1, 2008. The archive is now available at archive.netscape.com
, and contains the following pages:Home
is the archives landing page. The left hand column consists of the end of support notice and our recommendations for software replacements. The right hand side consists of two boxes. The top box contains links that can be helpful for Netscape discussions. The bottom box has links you may find helpful in navigating around the Netscape universe.History
has information about the Netscape/AOL history and the decision to end Netscape support. The page contains a link to the blog post for any discussion you may want to have about the decision.Releases
is a table with links to all prior Netscape client software releases. This table covers releases on all three platforms starting with Navigator 4.78 and ending with Navigator 188.8.131.52.
is a page we created to help you to regain the Navigator 9 functionality in either Flock
. The left hand side of the page has all the extensions you will need. These extensions are not a one for one match, but will give you back the same functionality. Some of them have even more functionality than what was built into Navigator. The right hand column provides some information about the Mozilla sandbox. It also provides links to the propeller extensions which were part of the early Navigator 9 betas.
We are seeing encouraging signs from our server logs that show us that a great many people are having success migrating to Flock and Firefox via the auto-update option, which is great news! We want to make sure that folks can satisfy their sense of nostalgia, while still trying out the best of breed of current browsers.