Netscape Navigator, formerly known as Navigator, is a proprietary web browsers, first developed by Netscape Communications Corporation, and the forerunner of all later Netscape web browsers. It was the first major product in the Netscape line and was their flagship product from earlier versions to 4.08, 9.x, and later. In early dates it was the largest selling web browser and still the most popular one in usage in internet usage. The reason of its popularity could be credited to some innovative features like tabs, bookmarks, and even the "modern" appearance which marked a new step in browsing technology. It was the only browser which had an advanced "look and feel" in its interface and also provided the first forms of user input controls.
Netscape's support for Java Script and Flash makes it a viable option when it comes to hosting your website or developing one. However, Netscape has never released the Java Script version 1.0 and so it was left behind by Mozilla and Microsoft while Netscape attempted to remedy this by developing the open source Java Script which is freely available and can be freely downloaded. Still Netscape supports the classic versions of Java script that is Netscape Navigator's earliest script version and provides you with the ability to surf the internet using your existing browser.