Emacs has everything! Does it have a web browser?
Yes. (Emacs is covered separately here because it is really
a platform in its own right, much like java.)
GNU ftp sites.
Two variants that may be of interest are NTEmacs, a nice native port to Windows 95/NT, and XEmacs, which is a separate branch of Emacs with what some feel to be superior internals, plus support for variable height and width fonts, inline images, etc. A native port of XEmacs to Windows 95/NT is currently underway.
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