Mozilla Optimizer improves the browsing speed

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http://www.softpedia.com/public/cat/12/3/12-3-112.shtml

Mozilla Optimizer improves the browsing speed in all browsers based on the
Gecko Rendering Engine (GRE) like Mozilla, Phoenix, Mozilla Firebird and
Mozilla Firefox as well as Netscape 6 and Netscape 7. All optimizations can
be applied manually, this tool simply automates this procedure!

This is achieved by activating HTTP Pipelining so that using a single
connection to the webserver up to 8 files can be requested directly after
each other without of having to wait for the delivery of the last file
requested. Furthermore some settings relevant for the actual page display
are optimized.

It´s recommendable to use the newest version of your browser which is
available at: http://www.mozilla.org/. Should there arise any problems due to
the optimizations, you can revert them with a single click!
 

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Wow this works great. (y)

Note:
If you look in the preferences, Advance, HTTP Networking your see the warning that it may not work using Pipelining at some sites.

But I clear my cache in netscape and the pages load faster then before so I think it is great. Did speed test but they are the same but have been to other web sites and they do load faster.

I am using Netscape 7 and that is what it says but so far no trouble here. :D
 
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