Mozilla is a Web browser developed by the Free Software Community, with the cooperation and support of Netscape.
The build system is fully automated. You have to set up a build environment by assembling various pieces, but after that, you can check out and build all projects with a single Perl script.
The build system is still rapidly evolving, and is not idiot-proof, but it is usable.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
In this series we show you how to assemble your own custom PC from installing the motherboard to plugging in the video card. view it
We tell you about the final steps you'll need to take before you can begin using your computer. view it
Here, we give you some tips on how to use Safari on the iPhone to open, copy and share links. view it
We show you how to set up your Roku device so that it's networked, ready to run and connected to your TV. view it
Now that we've shown you what the HP TouchPad is made of, we'll show you how to go about setting it up for the first time. view it
You can alter virtual machines settings with VirtualBox view it
Once you have your new site online you'll want to give it a final check view it