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Full user review
"Good stuff, but not quite up to the challenge"
Uses up more memory than any other browser, due to the fact that it must keep two browser engines in memory. It can also be confusing for new internet users because both browsing engines Gecko and Trident behave differently, especially when Netscape autoswitches the browser engine. There's also a triple nested tabs within the options window (a big no-no in User Interfaces). AOL released a newer version 8.0.1 only a few hours after the first, 8.0.0 release, then blames it on a security company for not taking care of their own browser. It really doesn't seem like AOL is responsible enough with respect to security.