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Classic - New Free Web Browser for Classic Mac OS!


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An Open Source Project at Classilla.org has begun development of a modern web browser for OS 8.5-9.2.2. Their first release looks very promising and is availible NOW!

Based on the WamCom Mozilla browser they eventually want to create an entirely new backport of the Gecko engine that runs on Classic!

Check it out here, they are looking for testers and coders to help with the project
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