A web browser is commonly referred to as a browser. It is a software application which is used to retrieve, present and pass over information using the world wide web. Cli…ent runs the web browser on the computer, where the computer contacts the Web server and requests information which is displayed for the client. Some of the popular web browsers which are in use are Dragon browse, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, etc.
It simply browses the web... which is obvious but really it shows the content of the internet (The thing is that you are probably using a web browser now to see this)
http://www2.rasterwerks.com/game/phosphor/beta1.asp good game, reasonable graphics but you said were instead of where
Web browsers are applications that let you view webpages. Most Windows systems come with Internet Explorer.
A web browser is a program, such as Internet Explorer. Mozilla/Firefox, Opera, Google Chrome, etc. which is used to explore/browse 'web pages', which are written in a special …language called HTML (hyper-text mark-up language). Often new PC's come with a 'web browser' already installed. And if you can read this answer, you are (very likely!) using a web browser to do so! Different web browsers can be downloaded from the internet. A computer can have more than one web browser installed. Each type of browser has different features. Most PC users have their own favorite web browser which they use for most or all of their web activity.
You find it on the internet which is kind of hard if you don't have a web browser but you are using this website and so you already have one ( Windows - Probably Internet Expl…orer, Linux - Probably Firefox or Konqueror, Mac OSX - Probably Safari ) List of web browsers (only recommended - for example I won't say IE): Arora - http://code.Google.com/p/arora/ Firefox (Recommended) - http://firefox.com/ Konqueror (Linux KDE only) - http://www.konqueror.org/ Chrome - http://www.Google.com/chrome/ Midori - http://www.twotoasts.de/index.php?/pages/midori_summary.HTML Epiphany (Linux GNOME only) - http://projects.gnome.org/epiphany/ Internet Explorer (Unsafe and Doesn't render some pages correctly) www.Microsoft.com
The iPhone main browser is Apple's. Safari is the main browser for any iPhone.
By tapping the Safari app.
Safari comes with the iPhone. There are many more in the Apps Store What is best for one person is not always best for someone else.
The first web browser in the history of the world was WorldWideWeb, and it was created by Nexus on February 26th, 1991. During that time, very few of the world's people were u…sing the Internet; only 4,000,000 of them. WorldWideWeb was a turning point for computer history, and now, there are hundreds of web browsers out there, besides the five most common ones: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, and Opera. WorldWideWeb was VERY basic compared to modern day browsers.
Yes. It can function as a web browser also!
lolicanrap: Once you delete your search history, no one can view it except for your internet provider depending on what company you're with.
To access web browser history in iPhone, below steps: 1. Open Safari in iPhone. 2. In Safari, tap the Bookmarks icon. 3. Tap History. 4. You will find …the listing, tap it to access web browser.
The Firefox web browser is governed by a company called Mozilla. Contacting Mozilla directly is a great way to obtain specific and accurate information on the Firefox web bro…wser.
You can find a list of the best web browsers online at The Top Tens website. Once on the page, type "Best Web Browsers" into the search field at the top of the page and click …on the result titled "Best Web Browsers" to view the list.
One can find a free web browser off of the Mozilla Firefox website, Google Chrome, or the Opera website. Other web browsers are listed at different websites, you may want to …check Wikipedia for more information.
There are a few places online where one can find information on the Web Browser, Mozilla. One could find this information on the Mozilla website. Alternatively, One may find m…ore information on Wikipedia.