Mozilla Launches Camino Browser for Macs

Posted on March 25, 2005

Camino browser logo The Mozilla Organization, the developers of the Firefox browser, have now launched an open-source browser called Camino for Mac users. Features include download manager, tabbed browsing, pop-up blocking, keyboard codes and more. CNet's John Rizzo already has good things to say about the new rowser: "Camino offers top-notch performance, elegant tabbed browsing, and an easy way to view and hide histories and bookmarks."

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