Our Download of the Day today is SeaMonkey 2.0.3.
SeaMonkey is a web-browser, advanced e-mail and newsgroup client, IRC chat client, and HTML editing made simple -- all your Internet needs in one application.
Tabbed browsing gives you a better way to surf the net. You no longer have to open one page at a time. With tabbed browsing, open several pages at once with one click. Plus, your homepage can be multiple pages, in tabs.
Popup blocker lets you surf the web without interruption from annoying ads.
Image Manager lets you block images to remove offensive images or speed up the rendering of web sites.
Find as you type gives you another way to navigate a page. Just start typing to jump from link to link or to find a word or phrase within a page.
Plus all the features a modern browser should have including: Advanced security settings; Password, Download, and Cookie managers; Themes; multi-language and multi-platform support; and, the latest in Web Standards.
The latest version includes the following changes:
Changes in Version 2.0.3
* Security fixes
* Fixes for a number of non-security-relevant crashes, increasing the stability of the whole platform and the Mail & Newsgroups part of SeaMonkey
* New supported language version: Japanese
* A problem with Outgoing Server (SMTP) connections after migration from older versions was fixed by disabling stricter security checking and reverting to previous behavior for the moment. (Bug 522633)
* Cutting and copying text should not be blocked by certain other Windows applications any more. (Bug 525601)
* Profile migration from 1.x should succeed in more cases on Windows now. (Bug 537525)
* Language packs from 2.0.3 now continue to work with later SeaMonkey 2.0.x versions. (Bug 544096)
* Language packs for all locales now don't include dictionaries to avoid licensing conflicts. Dictionaries should be installed from the dictionary add-ons page instead. (Bug 537481)
* The internal security module has been updated and new certificate authorities were included. (Bug 528277)
* Opening files from the Mac desktop or Finder should now work even when SeaMonkey is already running. (Bug 521699)