Netscape has sent 4.04 to production, and it is available to OS/2 users free of
charge. This package is similar to NSC 4 for Windows95 except for the Java
support is better. NSC for OS/2 uses OS/2's built in Java, which is the
fastest and most up-to-date available.
OS/2 users previously had Netscape Navigator 2.02 for OS/2, an release that was similar to Navigator 3.x for Windows. We found the OS/2 Navigator faster, cleaner and more stable than the Windows version, and hope the same will be true of 4.04.
Netscape should have competition soon, because the OS/2 version of Opera is nearing completion. Opera is smaller, faster and more stable than any version of Netscape or Internet Explorer (Microsoft) and has been rapidly gaining ground in the user community - even though you have to pay for it ($35). The OS/2 version of Opera will, like Netscape, use OS/2's built-in Java.
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