browser

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  • Other companies later followed and gave their browsers away for free.
  • A less common use is to create browser-based action games.
  • The browser has authority to open a network connection, even though the application does not.
  • It can also be used in a web browser or even without a computer.
  • This web browser was one of the first available and is still in use today.
  • Some of the browser's features were original, while others were inspired by similar products.
  • Some of the browser's features were original, while others were inspired by similar products.
  • The resulting battle between the two companies became known as the Browser wars.
  • It included features that are still not available in today's browsers.
  • These web-based forms and reports run in any modern web browser.
  • Most current web browsers include the ability to view the source code.
  • This does not mean that the page will display as the author intended in all browsers.
  • Many single-player and multi-player browser games are available.
  • Browser games can take advantage of different technologies in order to function.
  • Older versions of popular web browsers tend to lack support for certain features.
  • The list shown above covers only the colors supported by popular browsers.
  • Instead, you'll generally access the software via your web browser.
  • Opera has been noted for originating many features later adopted by other web browsers.
  • Like many online games, many online word games are accessed via web browsers.
  • Almost all web browsers cache recently obtained data, usually on the local hard drive.
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Synonyms of browser

Meaning of browser

  • noun A viewer who looks around casually without seeking anything in particular
  • noun A program used to view html documents