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Mozilla SeaMonkey 1.1 is now available!

SeaMonkey 1.1It's a big day for one of Mozilla's greatest projects. "Firefox?" you ask? No, the other one. "Thunderbird?" No, no, the other one. That's right, a new version of Mozilla's internet suite SeaMonkey is available today. In case you're not familiar with it, SeaMonkey is the open source spiritual successor to Netscape Communicator. If that doesn't mean anything to you, I suddenly feel very old, but what it is is a unified collection of internet tools: web browser (based on Firefox), email, newsgroups, IRC chat, and HTML editor, all in one. So now that you're up to speed, what's new in the latest release? Well, it's not a huge update, but it's got spell check for web forms, secure site indication, tab thumbnails, drag-and-drop for URLs, tagging for email, junk mail filtering improvements and better phishing detection, and more. You can see a complete list of new features here, and the rest of the release notes over here. You can download it for Windows, OS X, or Linux on the releases page.

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