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Brad Jensen wrote:
> I'm still running NS 4.75 since 6.whatever regularly
> cratered my machine. If you have a new version that
> is much more stable, you need more PR. This is the
> first I've heard of it.
A bunch of people out in the wild still prefer NS v4.x.
IIRC, there are some security issues with v4.7x that
make it worthwhile to at least upgrade to v4.79.
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