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browser

A software application used to search various information resources on the worldwide web—e.g., Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari.

browser

Web browser Informatics A program used to search various resources on the Internet. See Client, Homepage, Netscape Mosaic, URL, WWW.

browser

animal species which eat browse rather than grass and herbs.
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But while the new browsers will not be accepted universally--Washington's Snohomish School District rejected Firefox for "lacking support and interoperability with other installed software"--they offer clear advantages that your staff should consider.
Java applets allowed developers to deliver real client applications within the browser.
In reality, the cookie is usually tracking the habits of a particular browser at a particular IP address and will only know who the user is if the user has provided that information to the site by logging in.
The cache is a part of your Web browser that helps it load Web sites more rapidly.
It has the prerequisite menu, toolbar, URL box and browser window --but that's not all.
They said the combination of the operating system with the Internet browser was simply one type of technological enhancement of an existing product - Windows 95 - that the consent decree had contemplated.
Windows, $40) goes beyond the simple ``Save'' command offered within a browser.
Errors are detected and reported at compile time, eliminating the need to invoke a browser simply to catch syntax errors and typographical errors.
The Opera browser has received international recognition from users, industry experts and media for being faster, smaller and more standards-compliant than other browsers.
NetApplications, a provider of Web-based applications that measure, monitor and market Web sites for Small to Medium Enterprises (SME), today announced its monthly Web site browser statistics for year-end 2005.