New version of Mozilla
The development of the open source browser Mozilla is also advancing unstoppably. Since today there is now version 0.9.5 of the beautiful and increasingly stable alternative browser whose core is also used in an older version in Netscape 6.1.
The new features now include the multizilla function, which was previously available as a plug-in, in which not every opened page appears in a new window, but rather as an index card in the browser, similar to Opera. This function can be used with the key combination Ctrl-T. Another new feature is the possibility to change the arrangement in the mail and history window with the mouse. A new and not yet fully developed feature is also available for download as a plug-in. It bears the name Optimoz and it should enable the browser to recognize the user's mouse movements as commands. If, for example, a small 'h' drawn with the mouse (mouse movement: down-up-right-down) should cause the browser to call up the start page. As usual, the new Mozilla is available for download for Linux, Windows and Mac. You can find the download of Optimoz here.