BROWSERCONTENT: WHAT IS A BROWSER? HOW A BROWSER WORKS TYPES OF WEB BROWSERS
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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.