not having email. But if you do a Google search on Netscape 7 you can find all sorts of archived sites to download and install the older versions.
You can't just copy it. It's set itself in the registry.
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New poster here, been lurking a while. Please forgive what is probably an ignorant question:
I'm on the verge of getting a new computer. I've been using Netscape 7.2 on my old one for email and usenet newsgroups, and I would like to have it on my new computer, too. (I understand Netscape 8.0 is web browser only, no email/newsreader. Grrr.) I figure I can burn the appropriate folder/files onto a CD, but... to put it on the new system, can I just copy the folder/files for Netscape 7.2 from the CD onto my hard drive, or will I have to run some sort of installation? I still have the "NSSetup" file from when I downloaded/installed it from Netscape, if needed. Thanks in advance for any helpful advice.