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  • 1. INTERNET EXPLOREr<br />
  • 2. HISTORY<br />The Internet Explorer project was started in the summer of 1994 by Thomas Reardon, using source code from Spyglass, Inc. Mosaic, an early commercial web browser with formal ties to the pioneering NCSA Mosaic browser. In late 1994, Microsoft licensed Spyglass Mosaic for a quarterly fee plus a percentage of Microsoft's non-Windows revenues for the software. Although bearing a name similar to NCSA Mosaic, Spyglass Mosaic had used the NCSA Mosaic source code sparingly.<br />The internet explorer is not very fast but has been subjected to many security vulnerabilities and concerns: Much of the spyware, adware, and computer viruses across the Internet are made possible by exploitable bugs and flaws in the security architecture of Internet Explorer, sometimes requiring nothing more than viewing of a malicious web page in order to install themselves.<br />
  • 3. VERSIONS<br /><ul><li>1.1 Internet Explorer 1
  • 4. 1.2 Internet Explorer 2
  • 5. 1.3 Internet Explorer 3
  • 6. 1.4 Internet Explorer 4
  • 7. 1.5 Internet Explorer 5
  • 8. 1.6 Internet Explorer 6
  • 9. 1.7 Internet Explorer 7
  • 10. 1.8 Internet Explorer 8
  • 11. 1.9 Internet Explorer 9</li></li></ul><li>
  • 12. MOZILLA FIREFOX<br />
  • 13. HISTORY<br />The Firefox project began as an experimental branch of the Mozilla project by Dave Hyatt, Joe Hewitt and Blake Ross. They believed the commercial requirements of Netscape's sponsorship and developer-driven feature creep compromised the utility of the Mozilla browser. To combat what they saw as the Mozilla Suite's software bloat, they created a stand-alone browser, with which they intended to replace the Mozilla Suite. On April 3, 2003, the Mozilla Organization announced that they planned to change their focus from the Mozilla Suite to Firefox and Thunderbird.<br />
  • 14. Versions<br /><ul><li>Version 2.0
  • 15. Version 3.0
  • 16. Version 3.5
  • 17. Version 3.6
  • 18. Version 4.0
  • 19. Firefox for mobile
  • 20. Version 5,6 and 7</li></ul>Mozilla Firefox isveryfast<br />
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  • 22. GOOGLE CHROME<br />
  • 23. HISTORY<br />For six years, Google's Chief Executive Eric Schmidt was against the idea of building an independent web browser. He stated that "At the time, Google was a small company", and he did not want to go through "bruising browser wars". However, after co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page hired several Mozilla Firefox developers and built a demonstration of Chrome, Mr. Schmidt admitted that "It was so good that it essentially forced me to change my mind".<br />Google chrome also will show you a warning message before you visit a site that is suspected of containing malware or phishing and is the fastes.<br />
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  • 25. OPERA<br />
  • 26. HISTORY<br />Opera began in 1994 as a research project at Telenor, the largest Norwegian telecommunications company. In 1995, it branched out into a separate company named Opera Software ASA. Opera was first released publicly with version 2.0 in 1996,which only ran on Microsoft Windows. In an attempt to capitalize on the emerging market for Internet-connected handheld devices, a project to port Opera to mobile device platforms was started in 1998. Opera 4.0, released in 2000, included a new cross-platform core that facilitated creation of editions of Opera for multiple operating systems and platforms.<br />
  • 27. VERSIONS<br />Series 1 <br />Series 2 <br />Series 3 <br />Series 4 <br />Series 5 <br />Series 6<br />Series 7 <br />Series 8 <br />Series 9 <br />
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  • 29. SAFARI<br />
  • 30. History<br />Until 1997, Apple Macintosh computers were shipped with the Netscape Navigator and Cyberdog web browsers only. Internet Explorer for Macwaslater included as the default web browser for Mac OS 8.1 and onwards, as part of a five year agreement between Apple and Microsoft. During that time, Microsoft released three major versions of Internet Explorer for Mac that were bundled with Mac OS 8 and Mac OS 9, though Apple continued to include Netscape Navigator as an alternative. Microsoft ultimately released a Mac OS X edition of Internet Explorer 5, which was included as the default browser in all Mac OS X releases from Mac OS X DP4,until Mac OS X v10.2.<br />
  • 31. Versions<br /><ul><li>Safari 1
  • 32. Safari 2
  • 33. Safari 3
  • 34. Safari 4
  • 35. Safari 5</li></li></ul><li>
  • 36. MAXTHON<br />
  • 37. HISTORY<br />Maxthon was based on MyIE, originally created by Changyou, a Chinese programmer, who wanted to customize his Internet Explorer browser. Changyou posted most of the code onto his BBS, before leaving the project in 2000. Jeff Chen continued development and released a new version, called MyIE2. MyIE2 grew quickly, with contributions from users around the world in areas including plugins, skins and debugging.<br />
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  • 40. HISTORY<br />Flock is the successor to Round Two who raised money from Bessemer Venture Partners, Catamount Ventures, Shasta Ventures, and other angel investors. Bart Decrem and Geoffrey Arone cofounded the company. Flock raised $15 million in a fourth round of funding led by Fidelity Ventures on May 22, 2008. The company's previous investors, Bessemer Venture Partners, Catamount Ventures, and Shasta Ventures, also participated in the round. "The company plans to use the funds to expand its research and development, marketing, and global expansion efforts. To date, the company has raised an estimated $30 million," according to its press release.<br />
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  • 43. HISTORY<br />Avant Browser was largely inspired by Opera, the first major browser to have a multiple document interface. The developer's objective was to wrap a comparable interface around the layout engine used by Internet Explorer, thereby achieving Opera-like ergonomics without suffering the frequent problems that browser had rendering pages tested only in IE. In fact it was initially released under the name "IEopera", though this was soon changed due to the obvious trademark issues.<br />
  • 44. VERSIONS<br />Avant Browser 11<br />
  • 45.
  • 46. Deepnet<br />
  • 47. HISTORY<br />Deepnet Explorer is a web browser created by Deepnet Security for the Microsoft Windows platform. The most recent version is 1.5.3 (BETA 3) which was Released October 19, 2006. Developed in Britain, Deepnet Explorer gained early recognition both for its use of anti-phishing tools and the inclusion of a peer-to-peer facility for file sharing, based on the Gnutella network. The anti-phishing feature, in combination with other additions, led the developers to claim that it had a higher level of security than either Firefox or Internet Explorer—however, as the underlying rendering engine was still the same as that employed in Internet Explorer, it was suggested that the improved security would fail to address the vulnerabilities found in the rendering engine.<br />
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  • 49. SEAMONKEY<br />
  • 50. Versions (2)<br />Operative system: Linux, Mac OS X, OS/2,Solaris, Windows.<br />Initial release: January 30, 2006<br />
  • 51. CAMINIO<br />
  • 52. Versions:<br />0.1 13 February 20020.2 April 6, 20020.4 July 24, 20020.5 September 9, 20020.6 November 5, 20020.7 March 6, 20030.8 June 25, 20041.0 14 February 20061.5 June 5, 20071.6 April 17, 20082.0 18 November 2009<br />Itwascreated in February 13, 2002byThe Camino ProjectIthave a use onlyfor Mac and thespeedismedium<br />
  • 53. NETSURF<br />
  • 54. Netsurf is an open source web browser which runs on a variety of platforms including RISC OS, AmigaOS and Unix-like systems.<br />Release: June 2004<br />
  • 55. PHASE OUT<br />
  • 56. The Ultimate web browser for outer space exploration. Browse the web from your starship navigation panel with all the latest protection shields.<br />Developers: Phaseoutinc And itstartstheinitialrealase at 2003, 12 june,<br />
  • 57. MariaAlejandra Cifuentes<br />

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