north450 wrote:Does that mean the new prototype is a layover over MSIE.
Like slimbrowser etc that uses files from MSIE.
To quote from two posts above yours...
Antony wrote:(InfoWorld)Joris Evers wrote:While current Firefox users may switch to IE when they have a problem with a Web site, AOL's Netscape unit found a different solution. If a Web site does not display well in the standard Firefox-based configuration in Netscape, it takes two clicks to display the page using the IE engine. The browser stores engine preferences per Web site.
The Netscape browser does not actually include the IE engine, but uses the engine that is part of Windows. As such, the browser only works on Windows computers.
The MSIE rendering engine is running anyway whenever you run Windows operating system (version 98 and later). It does not include the MSIE engine, but uses it.