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    Default What is Web Browser?

    A web browser, or simply "browser," is an application used to access and view websites.

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    Think about using the Web. How did you access your favorite websites today? Were you able to search using a search engine? Listen to music? Watch a video? Find information on something? Everything that you looked at during your travels online was seen via the platform of a web browser. Using the web is made much more easy and user-friendly by these programs; the Web would look quite different without them!


    Web browsers are incredibly useful software programs that allow you to search for and view various kinds of information on the Web, such as web sites, video, audio, etc., putting all this information into a more easily accessible, viewable format. In other words, rather than seeing the "ingredients" of the various websites we like to visit, a Web browser makes it possible for us to see the finished product.

    The Most Popular Web Browsers
    Here are just a few of Web browsers available to download for free:

    Microsoft's Internet Explorer: Most Internet users are using Internet Explorer because it's easy to use and most Web sites are written with Internet Explorer in mind, meaning that they are compatible.
    Google Chrome: Yes, Google has its own Web browser, and just like Google, it's fast and easy to use.
    Opera: Opera is another popular browser that's easy to use, and many people especially enjoy its' built-in privacy features.
    Mozilla's Firefox: Firefox is rapidly gaining ground right behind Internet Explorer because of its tabbed browsing, superior security features, and fast load.
    Mac Safari: Specifically for Mac users, Safari is an excellent choice for a Web browser, with fast load and good compatibility with most websites out there.

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    Default What is Web Browser?

    A web browser (commonly referred to as a browser) is a software application for retrieving, presenting, and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web.

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    Default What is Web Browser?

    A browser, short for web browser, is the software application (a program) that you're using right now to search for, reach and explore websites.

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    A web browser is what you used to get to YA and post this question in the WRONG section.

    A web browser is a software application for retrieving, presenting, and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web. An information resource is identified by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) and may be a web page, image, video, or other piece of content. Hyperlinks present in resources enable users to easily navigate their browsers to related resources.

    Although browsers are primarily intended to access the World Wide Web, they can also be used to access information provided by Web servers in private networks or files in file systems. Some browsers can be also used to save information resources to file systems.

    Notable browsers

    Trident-shells

    Other software publishers have extended the functionality of Microsoft's Trident engine. The following browsers are all based on the Trident rendering engine:

    * AOL Explorer
    * Avant Browser
    * Bento Browser (built into Winamp)
    * Enigma
    * GreenBrowser
    * Internet Explorer
    * iRider
    * Maxthon
    * MediaBrowser
    * MenuBox
    * MSN Explorer
    * NeoPlanet
    * NetCaptor
    * RealPlayer
    * SlimBrowser
    * Tencent Traveler
    * TomeRaider
    * TheWorld Browser
    * UltraBrowser
    * WebbIE

    Gecko-based browsers

    Current/maintained projects are in boldface.

    * Mozilla Application Suite (discontinued)

    * Beonex Communicator (fork, based on Mozilla Application Suite) (discontinued)
    * Classilla (an updated fork of the Suite to Mac OS 9)
    * Gnuzilla GNU's fork
    * Netscape (Netscape 6 to 7, based on Mozilla) (discontinued)
    * SeaMonkey (successor to Mozilla Application Suite)
    o Iceape Debian's Seamonkey rebrand

    * Yahoo! Browser (or partnership browsers e.g. "AT&T Yahoo! Browser"; "Verizon Yahoo! Browser"; "BT Yahoo! Browser" etc.)
    * Galeon, GNOME's old default browser (discontinued)
    * K-Meleon for Windows

    * K-Ninja for Windows (based on K-Meleon; discontinued)
    * K-MeleonCCF ME for Windows (based on K-Meleon core, mostly written in Lua)

    * Mozilla Firefox (formerly Firebird and Phoenix)

    * Netscape Browser 8 to Netscape Navigator 9 (discontinued)
    * AT&T Pogo (based on Firefox, discontinued)
    * Swiftfox (processor-optimised builds based on Firefox)
    * Flock (based on Firefox)
    * XeroBank Browser (formerly Torpark), portable browser for anonymous browsing, originally based on Firefox
    * Iceweasel, Debian's Firefox rebrand
    * Swiftweasel (processor-optimised builds based on Iceweasel)
    * GNU IceCat, GNU's fork of Firefox

    * Camino for Mac OS X (formerly Chimera)
    * Conkeror, character- and keyboard driven browser, possibly targeted at people with disabilities
    * Minimo (for mobile, discontinued)
    * Fennec (for mobile)
    * Skyfire (for mobile)
    * MicroB (for Maemo)

    Gecko- and Trident-based browsers

    Browsers that use both Trident and Gecko include:

    * K-Meleon with the IE Tab extension
    * Mozilla Firefox with the IE Tab extension
    * Netscape Browser 8 (discontinued)
    * Sleipnir

    Webkit- and Trident-based browsers

    * Maxthon (formerly known as MyIE2)

    Gecko- and Trident- and WebKit-based browsers

    Browsers that can use Trident, Gecko and WebKit include:

    * Lunascape[18]

    KHTML-based browsers

    * Konqueror
    * Konqueror Embedded

    Presto-based browsers

    * Internet Channel (Web browser for the Wii console) (Opera powered)
    * Nintendo DS Browser (Opera Powered)
    * Opera

    WebKit-based browsers

    * Arora
    * Web Browser for Android (mobile device platform)
    * BOLT browser
    * Google Chrome
    * Epiphany (web browser)
    * iCab (version 4 uses WebKit; earlier versions used its own rendering engine)
    * Iris Browser
    * Konqueror (version 4 can use WebKit as an alternative to its native KHTML[19])
    * Midori
    * OmniWeb
    * OWB
    * Safari
    * Shiira
    * Sputnik for MorphOS (based on S60 WebCore)
    * SRWare Iron
    * Stainless
    * TeaShark
    * Uzbl
    * Web Browser for S60, used in all ************************* Symbian smartphones.
    * WebOS, used in the Palm Pre mobile
    * WebPositive, browser in Haiku

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    Default What is Web Browser?

    A browser is an application program that provides a way to look at and interact with all the information on the World Wide Web.

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    Default What is Web Browser?

    A web browser is a software application for retrieving, presenting and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web

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    The two most popular browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer and Firefox. Other major browsers include Google Chrome, Apple Safari and Opera. While most commonly use to access information on the web, a browser can also be used to access information hosted on Web servers in private networks.

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    Default What is Web Browser?

    web browser is commonly software programme for search any website domain through by web browser.

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    A web browser (commonly referred to as a browser) is a software application for retrieving, presenting and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web. An information resource is identified by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI/URL) that may be a web page, image, video or other piece of content.

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