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  • BROWSERCONTENT: WHAT IS A BROWSER? HOW A BROWSER WORKS TYPES OF WEB BROWSERS
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  • RETRIEVING OF THE SITE
  • OPERAEXPLORER MOZILLA CHROME SAFARI
  • Opera Opera is a web browser and Internet suite developed byOpera Software.Features:•Tabbed browsing, page zooming• The ability to easily delete private data such as HTTPcookies.• Opera runs on a variety of personal computer operatingsystems, including Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux.The Desktop Team recently dropped support for Solaris.
  • Mozilla Firefox• Mozilla Firefox by Mozilla Corporation.• As of June 2010 it has 23.81% of worldwide usage share of web browsers.• Using of advanced technology.• Faster page access.
  • SafariSafari developed by APPLE.•Released on January 7, 2003.•Supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, andWindows 7.•As of 2010, Safari is the fourth most widely usedbrowser, following Google Chrome.
  • Google Chrome• Google Chrome developed by Google•It was first released on 2 September 2008•The name is derived from the graphical userinterface frame, or "chrome", of web browsers.•As of June 2010 Chrome was the third mostwidely used browser, with 7.24%.
  • Internet Explorer• Windows Internet Explorer (formerly Microsoft Internet Explorer• Developed by Microsoft and included as part of the Microsoft Windows.• Line of operating systems starting in 1995.• Attaining a peak of about 95% usage share during 2002 and 2003.• The percentage of users had now declined
  • CONCLUSION:Although there are many web browsers available and many more are likely to arrive in futureUSER FRIENDLY BROWSERS CAN ONLY SURVIVE IN MARKET.