Netscape and Microsoft have updated their Web browsers recently, but are you taking full advantage of the new features? This week Adam looks in detail at what’s new and improved (or new and lousy) in the two Web browsing behemoths. Also this week, Jeff Carlson examines eMerge, a program that lets you use mail merge features for personalizing email. In the news, Connectix updates Virtual Game Station despite being sued by Sony, and Bare Bones releases BBEdit 5.0.2.
Virtual Game Station 1.1 Released Despite Lawsuit -- Connectix Corporation has shipped Virtual Game Station 1.1, an update to the company's Sony PlayStation emulator, introduced at Macworld Expo in San Francisco
Free BBEdit 5.0.2 Update Available -- Bare Bones Software has released a BBEdit 5.0.2 update, free to registered owners of BBEdit 5.0 or 5.0.1. The 5.0.2 update rolls BBEdit's FTP client into the main application, and includes a number of fixes to BBEdit and its HTML tools, along with support for nestable include files and the capability to select multiple items in many of BBEdit's browser windows
Like most people, I'm no big fan of unsolicited commercial email. Every day I'm offered credit card deals, home-based business schemes, and plenty of badly spelled invitations to visit adult Web sites
Web browsers are probably among the least upgraded pieces of software, despite being essentially free and frequently updated. The TidBITS Web site still sees about 1,000 hits per week from people using MacWeb, a now-defunct Web browser bundled with early editions of Internet Starter Kit for Macintosh