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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.
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VPN also encrypts your traffic, hiding your browsing habits from your ISP, hackers, and other third parties.
Browsing ants were first detected in the NT in the Darwin Port area in 2015.
Private browsing does not anonymize the user or block any site or advertiser from tracking what they view online.
Browse utilization was measured during early May which allowed easy identification of the previous winter's browsing and preceded the arrival of other ungulates and spring green-up (Keigley et al.
These trials are an imperative proof towards a super-powered mobile browser that can truly transform the mobile browsing experience by providing the unique UC technologies that can meet the capabilities of today's smartphones.
"But even today's busy, always-on consumers still want to enjoy the festivity of the season and, for many, browsing in stores is an important part of getting into the holiday spirit
All told, the safe browsing application protects about 1.1 billion browser users, according to a Thursday blog post that Google Inc.
When one of LiveLOOK's carrier clients added collective browsing capabilities to its customer service process, its average call time plummeted from nearly 45 minutes per call to just under 10 minutes.
"Browsing Nature's Aisles: A Year of Foraging for Wild Food in the Suburbs" is the story of one suburban family's adventures in wild foraging.
Technologies such as live chat, click-to-call, collaborative browsing (co-browsing) software and many others are making it easy to place the consumer at the center of operations--allowing them to become more engaged in the resolution process and happier with the outcome.