November 28th, 2004, 02:11 PM
Mozilla and Firefox
Hello, does anyone know what is the differences between the Mozilla browser and Firefox? Why they come out with two browsers?
November 28th, 2004, 02:32 PM
From the FireFox FAQ:
Mozilla (Application Suite, also known as SeaMonkey) is a complete suite of web related applications, such as a browser, a mail/news client, a chat client and much more. Firefox is just a browser, which makes it a better choice if you already have a mail client for example. Also, since Firefox is smaller than the whole Mozilla suite, it's faster and easier to use.
Note, though, that Firefox is not the standalone Mozilla browser. The user interface in Firefox differs from Mozilla in many ways. For example, Firefox has customizable toolbars.