Netscape Navigator 1.0


On December 15, 1994, Netscape Communications Corporation released the Netscape Navigator 1.0 web browser. Netscape Navigator 1.0 was the first commercial web browser, although this particular version was free for non-commercial use. In the mid-1990s became Netscape Navigator the most popular web browser.

Netscape Navigator 1.0 included new enhancements and features such as modem speed optimization, security considerations, document and image-handling performance (JPEG image decompression), new user interface features (extended toolbar and enhanced bookmark, etc.), helper applications and, support of HTML 3.0 features (tables, color control for text, hyperlinks, and backgrounds).

Netscape Navigator 1.0
Netscape Navigator 1.0
Netscape Navigator 1.0 – Empty Page
Empty Page
Netscape Navigator 1.0 – Preferences
Preferences
Netscape Navigator 1.0 – Bookmark List
Bookmark List
Netscape Navigator 1.0 – Open Location
Open Location
Netscape Navigator 1.0 – Document Information
Document Information
Netscape Navigator 1.0 – View Source
View Source
Netscape Navigator 1.0 – Welcome to Netscape
Welcome to Netscape
Netscape Navigator 1.0 – Welcome to Mosaic Corporation Communications
Welcome to Mosaic Corporation Communications
Netscape Navigator 1.0 – About the Internet
About the Internet

Release Date

  • December 15, 1994

System Requirements

Windows

  • Windows 3.1
  • Windows 95
  • Windows NT

Macintosh

  • System 7.0

Unix

  • X Window System

Cross-platform

  • At least 4 MB of RAM
  • At least 5 MB of free disk space
  • 9600 bps or faster modem (14,400 or even 28,800 bps recommended)

Price

  • Free download from ftp.netscape.com or Netscape.com

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