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web browser

A computer program that interprets HTML and other Internet languages and protocols and displays web pages on a monitor.

web browser

Browser Online A software tool–eg, Internet Explorer, Foxfire, Opera that requests and displays HTML documents and other Internet or intranet resources using HTTP; WBs enable Internet navigation to Web sites, by typing in key words or phrases on the subject of interest; once a Web address–or URL–is typed the WB sends the user to a 'home page'. See Surf, URL, Web, Web site.
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