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7/14/2011
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Mozilla's Web-Only Operating System Layer

Essentially a stripped-down browser, the Mozilla web-only operating system layer has much in common with Google Chrome.
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The lower left-hand section of the Webian Shell displays open tabbed windows, a plus sign for opening new tabs, and a Home icon that does not work in the same way as standard browser home icons.

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