April 11, 2007 1:20am CST
what is the difference between netscape navigator and internet explorer
16 Apr 07
the major diff is dat on internet.. ie supports activex and vbscripts. but navigator does not.ie runs only on windows and on machintosh platform only but navigator runs in windows machintosh and also on unix oitherwise both r similar n both runs java n java script
13 Apr 07
12 Apr 07
IE is best because it has been designed to view the broadest range of web pages without major problems. During the heydays of the historic browser wars, Internet Explorer embraced Netscape by supporting many of the progressive features of the time. For a long period after the introduction of version six, there was no further development on the browser. Major development on the browser restarted in 2004 for Windows XP SP2 and continues in IE7.
11 Apr 07
The major differences between netscape navigator and IE are: Internet explorer supports ActiveX and VBScript, while navigator does not. Internet explorer runs only under Windows and Macintoshes whereas navigator runs on these platforms as well as Unix. Another major limitation of netscape as compared to IE is that not all properties of a page can be changed at any time. This is because when the webpage once written to the screen, only position, visibility and clipping can be manipulated dynamically.
11 Apr 07
I too will recommend "Mozilla Firefox" over the other 2 browsers that you are talkin about. Firefox is a free Browser that you can download on the internet. Its a very small setup file and will take you around a couple of minutes. File size is about 5.7MB. Firefox defiantly "Faster" and you can customize it better. Plus the security features that the Firefox browser brings along are atleast a 100 times more. Again..... Firefox comes with an inbuilt "Spell check". You dont need to double check what you type. You can type the whole of your text and then correct your spellings in one go. It makes it very simple. Take Care...... Enjoy Mylot and be Safe...... :)