And Mozilla 1.2 is out. It has a new feature that utilizes browser idle time to download or prefetch documents that the user might visit in the near future. A web page author provides a set of prefetching hints, using the W3C standard
<link> tag, and after the browser is finished loading that page, it begins silently prefetching specified documents and stores them in its cache. When the user visits one of the prefetched documents, it can be served up quickly out of the browser’s cache. (See Mozilla’s Link Prefetching FAQ).
Additional: Mozilla 1.2 has been withdrawn from circulation because of a major DHTML bug. A fix is in the works.