Netscape Navigator Gold 3.01 for Windows
Netscape Navigator Gold 3.01 is subject to the terms detailed in
the license agreement accompanying it.
Release notes for this version of the Netscape Navigator Gold are
available online. After starting the program, choose Release
Notes from the Help menu. This will take you to the following URL:
New features and known problems in this release are listed at this
To submit bugs or other feedback, choose How To Give Feedback
option (also in the "Help" menu), which will take you to this URL:
Netscape Navigator Gold 3.01 is being distributed as a 32-bit and
16-bit windows program.
To run the 32-bit Navigator, you MUST have a 32-bit TCP/IP stack.
Both Windows 95 and Windows NT provide 32-bit TCP/IP stacks
that you can setup.
To obtain a copy of Netscape Navigator Gold, first download the
self-extracting executable file into a temporary directory.
16-bit : g16301.exe
16-bit : g16301p.exe (with CoolTalk and Live3D)
32-bit : g32301.exe
32-bit : g32301p.exe (with CoolTalk and Live3D)
Double-click on the self-extracting file
to start the installation.
* For Win95 users, if you are using any versions prior to this
release, you will get multiple uninstall entries in your
Add/Remove program. If you prefer not having multiple
entries, you should do an uninstall to remove your previous
version of Netscape Navigator Gold before you install the new release.
* Please delete or rename your old CACHE directory and Netscape.hst
* For more information about this release, please read the release
notes under "Help -> Release Notes".
What do I need to run Netscape Navigator Gold?
You must have a direct Internet connection before you can use Netscape.
The ability to send and receive e-mail does not necessarily mean you
can run Netscape. There are three requirements for Netscape Navigator Gold:
1. A direct Ethernet connection to the net, or a dialup
SLIP or PPP account from an Internet service provider.
2. TCP/IP stack
3. Netscape Navigator Gold software
You can get a direct connection to the Internet through a service
provider in your area. You will need to get a SLIP or a PPP account
from an Internet provider (for a dialup account).
When you have full Internet connectivity, you need to have a TCP/IP
stack, dialer, and WINSOCK.DLL file.
If you get the error message "Cannot find WINSOCK.DLL" when running
Netscape Navigator Gold, this means your computer is looking for the
WINSOCK.DLL file that is part of a winsock package.
* Please see the Release Notes for a complete listing of known bugs.
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