A browser is an animal that eats tall foliage (leaves or trees and shrubs). Many sauropod dinosaurs , like Brachiosaurus and Ultrasauros , were browsers. Browsers generally don't kill the plant they eat.
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An application which gives the user the ability to view a graphic representation of mapping data. The application would provide tools (e.g. pan, zoom) to aid this viewing. It provides a visual representation of the mapping data, which may displayed at a variety of resolutions dependent on the size o...
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[n] - a viewer who looks around casually without seeking anything in particular 2. [n] - a program used to view HTML documents
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A program used to navigate Internet sites.
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(Digital cameras and photo printers) Describes a program used to display information, especially on the internet.
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A program that allows a person to read hypertext and view graphical images. Provides a means of viewing the contents of Web pages and navigating from one Web page or Web server to another.
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Most usually applied to application programs that display text, graphics and active links prepared in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
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Software that enables users to search and view information on the Internet.
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a program that allows you to access the worldwide web (WWW)
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Short for Web browser, a software application used to locate and display Web pages. A user of the Internet is sometimes referred to as a browser.
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The application that allows you to access the internet using the World Wide Web. The most popular browsers on Amiga are Voyager-NG, IBrowse, and AWeb.
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A client program used to view various kinds of Internet resources. You use a browser (e.g., Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer) to view Web pages from your computer.
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