Life without Windows or OS X

GNU/Linux is quite possibly the most important free software achievement since the original Space War, or, more recently, Emacs. It has developed into an operating system for business, education, and personal productivity. GNU/Linux is no longer only for UNIX wizards who sit for hours in front of a glowing console. Are you thinking about switching to Linux and want to learn how to use it? Have you been using GNU/Linux for some time and want to learn even more? This is the place for you.

Friday, March 09, 2018

Internet suite in Linux

SeaMonkey is a free and open-source Internet suite. It is a web-browser, e-mail and newsgroup client, IRC chat client, and HTML editing. Everything in one application.

SeaMonkey Mail is a traditional e-mail client that includes support for multiple accounts, junk mail detection, message filters, HTML message support, and address books, among other features. It shares code with Mozilla Thunderbird; both Thunderbird and SeaMonkey are built from Mozilla's comm-central source tree.

Official Version 2.49.1 release. Built from the same Extended Support Release (ESR) branch as Firefox 52 ESR and Thunderbird 52.

Linux distributions have their own way of managing packages. Most distributions provide a graphical frontend for this system. Just search for your program, select your desired program and the program manager will automatically download the package.


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