Web browser

See also: Web browsers | Information

Software used to access the World Wide Web containing, primarily, HTML, Javascript, and CSS for text manipulation and JPEG, GIF and PNG files for graphics. Web browsers are often judged on how effectively handle these technologies, as compared to Internet standards and in the speed with which they render.

A compiled list of web browsers.

  • BROWSEREric S. Raymond‘s effort to promulgate a convention for expressing your browser preference to programs which must call browsers to view URLs. Nowadays many programs must do this; mailer user agents and on-line help systems are just two of the most obvious application classes.

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