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Camino 1.0 Released

Camino 1.0 Released

by , 12:35 PM EST, February 14th, 2006

The Camino Project announced that the Camino Web browser is finally out of beta and officially shipping as version 1.0 on Tuesday. Camino is built on the Mozilla Gecko Web rendering engine, and offers pop-up ad blocking, tabbed browser windows, keychain and Address Book support, and more. Camino 1.0 is free, and available for download at the Camino Web site.

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