Some nice updates came to my attention this week. Firefox 0.9 has been released by the Mozilla team, which has been my favorite browser for quite a while now . Remember when it was still called Phoenix? Aaah, those where the days. I don’t like the new theme all that much personally, but setting the toolbar to use small icons makes it look tidy enough for now.
Pegasus mail, another nice free piece of software, which I’ve been using for years, has finally received an update. It’s been a while since the last one, but judging from the release notes it makes sense that version v4.2 took a while. It’s good to see that the interface has finally gotten the necessary face lift.
Even though Pegasus is a swell piece of e-mail software that can easily compete with the other major players, it’s old looking interface made it look… well, old I guess.
Last but not least I noticed that Yahoo has increased it’s mail services mailbox size from a mere 6 MB to a sweet 100, with a limit of 10MB per message which should be enough for now. It’s not quite yet the gigabyte GMail is supposed to be offering in the (near?) future, but it ain’t bad either. In fact, my own ISP only offers half that much.