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  • Portfóliobibliodigital
  • General ObjectiveAt the end of this activity learners should be ableto: Know what is a Browser. Identify the major web browsers.
  • Objectivos Específicos Take the student to realize what a browser is. Disseminate the best known and most used browsers. Teach how browsers can be download using the available links in order to proceed to download (download or download).
  • What is a Browser or web browser?Browser or web browser is a program that provides access to and interpretation of HTML, CSS, Javascript and others. HTML, CSS, Javascript - are programming languages​​. Themes to develop in other sessions.
  • The first browser wascreated in 1990 by TimBerners-Lee and wascalled WorldWideWeb,had few features and Tim Berners-Leemost of the textinformation was. 1º Browser
  • Since then much haschanged.The current browsers aresophisticated programscapable of interpretingvarious types ofdocuments and provideadditional resources to itsusers.
  • The major browsers are: Internet Explorer Created by Microsoft, is present in about 80% of the worlds computers. Works on Windows and Mac The big advantages of this browser are that come installed on windows and its ease of use. Download the browser:http://www.microsoft.com/brasil/windows/products/wi nfamily/ie/default.mspx
  • The major browsers are: Firefox Created by the Mozilla Foundation, is open source and is one of the leading open source software today. Works on Linux and Windows. Download the browser:http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/
  • The major browsers are: Safari Browser of Apple now has a version for Windows. Download:http://baixaki.ig.com.br/download/Safari.htm
  • The major browsers are: Opera It is one of the fastest browsers on different navigation requirements. Its free and size of installation file is very small. Download:http://baixaki.ig.com.br/download/Opera-Portugues- .htm
  • The major browsers are: Chrome Launched by Google. There was a stunning launch, the first day reached a huge number of fans. Its a modern browser and has some differences from the previous, both in the interface, and the features. Apparently it was originally developed to meet their own websites as Google services did not always work well in other browsers. Download the browser: http://www.google.com/chrome
  • Summary of Existing BrowsersCurrently, I use all these browsers, I get to have all on at once: Internet Explorer Fierfox Chrome Opera Safari
  • Recommendations Browsers can be used simultaneously or you can choose to use only one To download the browsers on your computer just click on the links provided above and follow the normal steps of a download.
  • Summary of theLesson: What are Browsers 5 most commonly used browsers Where to download Browsers
  • Game Browser of Apple Launched by GoogleThe size of the file installation is very small Created by MicrosoftCreated by Mozilla Foundation
  • TestWith which browser can I work? Since you have previously installed or have installed, I can use any browser and can even use all at once since my computer is properly updated and has the capacity to do so.What is a browser? Is a program that provides access to and interpretation of HTML, CSS, Javascript and others.
  • Conclusion“I always do what I can not do to learn what I do not know! " Pablo Picasso“Its making you learn to do what we must learn to do. " Aristóteles