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  3. XScreenSaver: Windows Version -

    In 1994, while chasing the tail-lights of Netscape's unprecedented success, Microsoft used their monopoly in one market -- operating systems -- to make competition with them impossible in a different market -- web browsers. Specifically, they used their operating system monopoly to drive the market price for web browsers to zero ...

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  6. Netscape Navigator - Descargar

    Netscape Navigator, navegador multiplataforma gratuito Netscape Navigator es un navegador gratuito multiplataforma que cuenta con diversas opciones para facilitar la navegación al usuario. Es similar a Opera o Safari, aunque se trata de una aplicación muy ligera que requiere menos espacio.

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    Manual Java download page for Linux. Get the latest version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) for Linux.

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    Indiana appeals judge's order blocking state's abortion ban; Amended autopsy: Black man died due to sedative, restraint; Hurricane Fiona roars by Bermuda, on route to Canada

  9. Perhaps most important, Silicon Valley begins to invest in the commercial possibilities of the Web – including Java and the formation of Netscape. The momentum for Web development shifts further West, and never returns to Europe.

  10. WinWorld: Internet Explorer 6

    At its 1995 release, Internet Explorer competed with the Mosaic web browser and Netscape Navigator. Home Internet access was still somewhat new and competed against proprietary services like CompuServe, AOL, and Microsoft's own MSN.