Comodo IceDragon ver. 13.0 is now available for download!!

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  1. Yash Khan

    Yash Khan Registered Member

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    As the number of internet threats increases, users are faced with choosing a browser which fits both their security needs and meets their particular browsing necessities.

    In an attempt to meet the different requirements of users we're happy to announce the release of the new Comodo IceDragon browser!!!

    The browser is built on the Mozilla browser core and combines the basic functionalities of the original code with the Comodo security features.

    In this first release we have included the basic security features such as Comodo Secure DNS ( only on wide-system ) and Site Inspector. The Site inspector functionality has been extended to allow users to scan a link in Site Inspector from the context menu.

    Realizing the importance of social interactions through various social networks, the social media feature has been integrated in Comod IceDragon allowing users to share links on several social networks.

    IceDragon combines these features with a sleek interface, providing a seamless browsing experience.



    KNOWN ISSUES

    - The "Restore" button on windows XP is not also displayed when hovering the mouse cursor above it.
    - Importing data from Comodo Dragon is not possible yet.
    - Importing data from Mozilla Firefox is only available during the installation of Comodo IceDragon and may not work in some cases.
    - Minor GUI issues.



    BUG REPORTS:
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    Please use https://forums.comodo.com/bug-reports-cid-b284.0/ to report your bugs. Our moderators collect these bugs and submit them to the devs.


    DOWNLOAD LOCATIONS:
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    Setup for Windows XP 32-bit/64-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit/64-bit, Windows 7 32-bit/64-bit:

    http://download.comodo.com/icedragon/icedragonsetup.exe

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    Size: 26.1 MB (27,371,336 bytes)
    MD5: 5236f89909b37aec926fea2e66ccd383
    SHA1: 73cdb6279020a077904278aa3845aa19c59acc94
     
  2. Ranget

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    wow that's seem cool icedragon i never hear of it before anyway
    wonder when the ancient dragon or elder dragon gonna be released

    the cool geeky thing is Emsisoft to release a Dovikin browser xD


    BTW there it's a bit misleading names for an instance how could an ice Dragon be Built on a Firefox :S
    it should be Firedragon :)
     
  3. Yash Khan

    Yash Khan Registered Member

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    I read somewhere...

    Ice kills Fire

    Dragon eats Fox

    So I guess IceDragon:)
     
  4. DBone

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    I installed it in Sandboxie, and it's just Firefox with a few different logos. Adblock Plus and Lastpass addons worked fine, but my favorite appearance addon (Black Fox Blue) didn't work at all. I didn't see anything that would make me use this as my everyday browser.

    I guess it's an OK idea, but it seems to me that it's just another distraction that Comodo doesn't need.;)
     
  5. shuverisan

    shuverisan Registered Member

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    Ugh, I'll go stand in the 'totally frickin unnecessary' line.

    Here's an interesting oops. That's the Chrome/Dragon updater. :p
    http://i46.tinypic.com/2eb629x.png


    Editing b/c IceDragon really does use Google's Omaha updater like Dragon does. I have IceDragon in a virtual machine now and icedragon_updater.exe is indeed what updates the browser. I wonder why Comodo did that instead of modifying the Firefox updater.
     
    Last edited: Jul 1, 2012
  6. NSG001

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    Quite ingenious i think as it makes people aware of them ;)
     
  7. Montmorency

    Montmorency Registered Member

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    Once again Comodo want's to embrace the world but the finger tips won't touch each other.

    I wish they would manage to recognise their strenghs (CIS and some other core apps).

    Maybe it's time to give their CEO a good dose of calm down pills.
     
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