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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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The innovations among the challenger browsers will benefit all Interact users, as browsers are upgraded and new entries become available.
Deeper technical issues have also plagued Java in the browser.
The cache is a part of your Web browser that helps it load Web sites more rapidly.
At bare minimum, the Web server will be able to determine the user's Internet Protocol (IP) address, the type of Web browser being used, and the computer's operating system.
It has the prerequisite menu, toolbar, URL box and browser window --but that's not all.
Justice Department officials said Monday that the petition dealing with Internet software was filed after investigators determined that Microsoft, fearful that it would lose its stronghold on the computer operating systems market, had decided to tie it to the browser software.
And it's helpful to be able to keep using the browser while WebEx is downloading pages in the background.
Available as simple HTML and web server plug-ins, Protected Browser enables employees to view customer information on their screens, and to input data into fields, but not print, copy, save or screen-capture it -- eliminating the possibility of mass identify theft and other misappropriation, and ensuring compliance with new privacy laws.
ThunderHawk provides an 800x600 virtual screen resolution on 320x240 screens, so users can read Web-based email, access bank statements online, and do much more, much faster, than they can with other mobile browsers.
While some browsers reformat the Web page for quick reading, users still have to scroll through several pages before finding the information they need.
ThunderHawk provides an 800x600 virtual screen resolution on 320x240 screens, so users can read Web-based e-mail, access bank statements online, and do much more, much faster, than they can with other mobile browsers.