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Web-browsers all of them

Here is a list of Web Browsers that have taken over the net….

There are a huge no. of browsers on the net now…

Each firm makes its own version..

Soon i am also going to launch my own simple browser..

Download link of all latest browsers included…

Just click the heading



Mozilla Firefox

One of the best web-browser that I had seen yet. They launched the new version on 17th June.

Well the Firefox 3 is quite disappointing as on the first day it crashed a lot of times. This I have seen

Only in this and all others have never crashed this frequently, Well I hope they would fix that soon.

It is fully customizable and can make it wonderful with a few add-ons and tweaks. The trick to make

it 10 times faster is there on my blog, see that for sure.

Internet Explorer

That comes at no.2 in my list. That is the most use browser in the world. It comes with a Microsoft

OS. And that is the reason it’s used the most. It’s simple but a few tweaks make it fast.

Netscape Navigator

That browser was quite famous once. But I haven’t heard much of it ever since. Well once it ruled the net world.



Safari

That is the Apple version of browser. Due to increasing popularity of apple this ad became quite

popular. Worth a try, gives a new look and feel.



Opera

It’s another open source web browser. Famous for its easy use and is heavily customizable. Some

Say that its fast but I thinks the fastest it the Mozilla.

Flock

The social web-browser as they call it. It is an open source web-browser. It is free to use, it is very useful when you are in to social websites. It has a lot of features that help us in social browsing.



Avant

Certainly one to watch out for.. The browser’s really good. And worth a try. They claim it as the world’s fastest browser.

Maxthon

Well another free and easy to use browser.

Well this is one list of some web-browser i found on the net..

browsers

1x

Science Traveller International

Air Mosaic Demo

Sprynet

AllWorld Explorer

G.O. International Air Service

Amaya

W3C

Arachne

xChaos

ArcWeb

Stewart Brodie

Ariadna

Advanced Multimedia System Design

AtomNet

Change 7

AWeb

AmiTrix

Beonex

Ben Bucksch

Bobby

Center for Applied Special Technology

Bohemian Net Browser

BohemianNet

BrownIE

Compunet

Browse2000

1st Choice Software

CAB

Alexander Clauss

Cello

Thomas Bruce

Charlie

Mundial Avenue

ChiBrow

KCS & Associates

Chimera

University of Nevada Las Vegas

Contiki

Adam Dunkels

Custom Browser

LION

Cyberdog

Apple Computer, inc.

CyberGate

BlackSun Interactive

Cyber Passage

Sony

DigiCams

DigiBand

DOSLynx

University of Kansas

DR-WebSpyder

Caldera

ELinks

Mikulas Patocka, the ELinks team

Emacs-W3

William M. Perry

Emissary

Attachmate

Flock

Flock

FreeWebBrowser

Yellow Tree Services

Galahad

Jean van Waterschoot

goAnywhere!

Mikey LeBeau

Grail

Corporation for National Research Initiatives

GrassHopper MDI Explorer

Santrim Software

HandWeb

Smartcode Software

HexaBit Junior

HexaBit

Home Page Reader

IBM

HotJava

Sun Microsystems

I-comm

Talent Communications

I-O-D-4 – The Web Stalker

Escape

I-View

EnReach Technology

iBrowse

Omnipresence International

iCab

Alexander Clauss & iCab Company

Internet Explorer

Sprynet

Internet Explorer

Microsoft

Internet Plus

Dean Software Design

Internet WorkHorse

MarketNet

KidNet Explorer

Resource Communications

KidSafe Explorer

Arlington Technology

LIS Web Browser

Lahman Internet Services

Links

Mikulas Patocka

Lynx

Distributed Computing Group

MacLynx

Olivier Gutknecht

MacWeb

TradeWave (EINet)

MacWWW (Samba)

CERN

MathBrowser

MathSoft

Microviet First Explorer

Microviet

Minuet

University of Minnesota

Mosaic

National Center for Supercomputing Applications

Mosaic

QuarterDeck

Mosaic

SpryNet

Mosaic

Spyglass

Mozilla, incl. Firefox

The Mozilla Foundation

Multilingual Mosaic

Accent Software

MultiWeb Viewer

MultiSource

MyBrowser

Softorange

Navigator

Netscape Communications Corporation

NCompass

ExCITE

NeoPlanet

NeoPlanet

Net-Tamer

Net-Tamer

NetCaptor

Stilesoft

NetCruiser

Netcom

NetForKids

WebData Communications

Net [email protected]

Virtual Innovations

Netomat

Maciej Wisniewski

NetPositive

Be, Inc.

NetSentry

Natdat

NetShark

InterCon

NetShift

NetShift Software

Nuthin’ But Net

PAKSoft Productions

Off By One

Home Page Software

OmniWeb

OmniGroup

Opera

Opera Software

PowerBrowser

Oracle

ProStream Browser

PS Group

pwWebSpeak Plus

The Productivity Works

Pythia

Appian Interactive

QuickScape

Quickscape

Safari

Apple Computer, Inc.

Santa’s Browser

Branded Browser Technologies

SimulBrowse

Seaglass Software

SiteKiosk

ProVisio GmbH

SlipKnot

MicroMind

Softerm Plus

Softronics

SuperHighway Browser

Frontier Technologies

Surfin’ Annette

SpyCatcher

SurfMonkey

MediaLive

Talking Browser

WeMedia

Talva Document Explorer

Talva

Tango Multilingual

Alis Technologies

The Other Browser-Emailer

Pixelogic

UdiWWW

Bernd Richter

Video On Line Browser

Video On Line

Voyager

VaporWare

WannaBe

David T. Pierson

Web-O-Matic Digital Browser

Circle Group Internet, Inc.

Web SurfACE

ToolPool

Web-Talkit

Grover Industries

WebExplorer

IBM

WebProwler

MacroByte

WebRacer

Software Savvy

Websurfer

NetManage

WebTV Viewer

WebTV Networks

WebView

South Pacific Information Services

WebWhacker

Blue Squirrel

Wildcat Navigator

Harmony International

WinWEB

TradeWave (EINet)

WorldWideWeb (Nexus)

Tim Berners-Lee



All browsers based on the way they are made…

Important Browsers

In order of release:

Graphical

Layout Engines

The Trident layout engine was developed by Microsoft for use in the Windows version of their web browser, Internet Explorer 4, and included up to Internet Explorer 8. Tasman (layout engine) was included with Internet Explorer 5 for Mac.

The Gecko layout engine is developed by the Mozilla Foundation.

The KHTML layout engine is developed by the KDE project. WebKit is an open-source fork of that engine by Apple Inc..

The Presto layout engine is developed by Opera Software.

Browsers that use both Trident engine and Gecko engine include:

Trident-based browsers

Other software publishers have extended the functionality of Microsoft’s Trident engine. The following browsers are all based on the Trident rendering engine:

Gecko-based browsers

KHTML and WebKit-based browsers

[edit] Presto based browsers

Browsers for the Java platform

Specialty browsers (current)

Browsers created for enhancements of specific browsing activities.

Specialty browsers (discontinued)

Other browsers

Mobile browsers

See Mobile browser

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