SeaMonkey, Portable Edition v2.29.1 Updated

Checker on 26 Sep 2014

SeaMonkey is a complete internet suite with web browser, email & newsgroup client with an included web feed reader, easy HTML editor, IRC chat, and web development tools. The browser supports fine-grained controls over images, cookies, and more on a per-site basis. Based on Netscape Communicator and then Mozilla Suite, this software bundle includes many technologies used in Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird, and supports many of their add-ons.

SeaMonkey, Portable Edition is a version of the software from PortableApps.com and works automatically with web-based Java apps if their jPortable tool is present.

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System Requirements: Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Wine
Writes settings to: Application folder
Dependencies: None
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
Path portability: Automatic relative path (eg. ..\..\personal\work.doc)
License: Open Source (GPL/MPL/LGPL and Various licenses)
How to extract: Download the self-extracting EXE and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch SeaMonkeyPortable.exe.
Similar/alternative apps: Firefox, Maxthon, Opera
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9 comments on SeaMonkey, Portable Edition  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

webfork 2011-08-17 23:09

Includes a lot of great features and tools, but would love to see an updated, smoother interface or some updates to compare with the very intuitive Firefox and Thunderbird.

V2.3

webfork 2012-08-24 01:34

This program has really been growing on me lately. Was using it as an alternate browser but gradually finding it to be very stable with quite a few nice extra settings. Additionally, the very stable and clean included HTML editor has made my life a LOT easier.

V2.11

freakazoid 2012-09-04 00:38

I tested this briefly last week. I was thinking that it would be just as customizable as Firefox. Unfortunately, this was not the case.

Below are my comparisons between Firefox and Seamonkey.

The IRC client is simply the Firefox extension, ChatZilla, bundled into Seamonkey.

As for addons, some of the most popular Firefox addons such as Adblock Plus and Stylish are available; however, a lot of other extensions have not been ported over.

Skins are lacking as well and I found it hard to customize the interface; the default look and feel reminds me a lot of the older Firefox builds (pre-v3.0).

Overall, Seamonkey is functional. But, if you're looking for a customization experience similar to Firefox, you will be disappointed.

V2.12

rodger123 2012-12-03 14:37

Have not used in a while-was ready to install 2.13 then this new version came along!Seems like the update it every week,geeze let me intall it!I do like it,not the most lovely browser but cool anyway.

v2.14.1

robertcollier4 2013-07-04 22:38

Almost all firefox extensions work with Seamonkey if you tell them to.
1. Download the extension.xpi file
2. Rename extension.xpi to extension.zip
3. Unzip extension.zip to a folder
4. Edit install.rdf with text editor and add SeaMonkey targetapplication definition: http://pastebin.com/asxZq0cQ
5. Save install.rdf, zip folder again, rename .zip back to .xpi
6. Install .xpi file into Add-ons Manager in SeaMonkey via drag-and-drop or Add-ons-Manager > Gear Button > Install Add-On From File

v2.19

donald 2013-09-21 04:15

Hmm ...
When you make it seem that easy, perhaps a new SeaMonkey Add-on could do that automatically as well?
Perhaps we could suggest such an add-on?
But would the add-on site host it?

v2.21

donald 2013-09-21 21:11

So that author could do the same for Seamonkey?
Or is the app SeaMonkey compatible.

v2.21

Midas 2013-09-23 12:01

Don't know for sure, but if you identify the Seamonkey version compatibility string format (check the RDF file of a compatible extension), then download the desired non-compatible extensions, and then point Firefox Addon Updater to were Seamonkey expects to find its extensions (about:addons or about:support might help you there), this might give a kludge to get them in Seamonkey...

v2.21

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