Relating to this vendor:
And, this specific program:
Mozilla SeaMonkey 2.x
|saint satin stain||Comparison of browsers with Gecko rendering engine|
|16th Sep, 2010 01:03|
User Since: 30th Dec, 2007
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SeaMonkey 2.0.7 is my default internet application, but I also use Firefox and K-Meleon, and Internet Explorer 8. I use multiple browsers as elements in my filing system.
I may be wrong; I haven't done a systematic study. I believe that SeaMonkey and K-Meleon are more secure than Firefox and Internet Explorer, probably Thunderbird too but I don't have it installed. I use Windows Live Mail now for Hotmail but may use Thunderbird for Hotmail; that way I can compare.
I recollect that PSI seems to find more exploits for IE and Windows Live Mail , and Firefox than it does for SeaMonkey and K-Meleon. Is it my imagination?
I can understand and guess that K-Meleon is so simple with smaller code base that mistakes in coding seldom occur. SeaMonkey though has the largest code, so why fewer (or am I wrong about this?) exploits found. Are the SeaMonkey folk more careful?
Has any one studied this?
SeaMonkey, as I measured, uses less memory than the combo Thunderbird and Firefox. Tb and Ff work well together but not as well as SeaMonkey.
I recommend SeaMonkey for most home users and it may have some attractions for geekdom.
|Maurice Joyce||RE: Comparison of browsers with Gecko rendering engine|
|16th Sep, 2010 01:24|
User Since: 4th Jan 2009
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Microsoft Surface 4 Intel i7 64Bit
Windows 10 Pro version 1607
16 GB RAM
IE & Edge Only
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