Browser

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Describes a program used to display information, especially on the internet.
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browser

[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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Browser

• (n.) An animal that browses.
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browser

web browser noun a program used to view HTML documents
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Browser

Brows'er (brouz'ẽr) noun An animal that browses.
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Browser

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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Browser

A browser is the software used for viewing pages on the web. Two examples are Microsoft Internet Exp
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Browser

A browser, or more properly a web browser, is a computer program used to render and display HTML documents. Web browsers are typically graphical and based upon an early design known as Mosaic, invented by staff at the NCSA. Web browsers are also becoming available built into other devices, such as mobile phones.
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Browser

A Client program (software) that is used to look at various kinds of Internet resources.
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Browser

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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Browser

A piece of software that allows users to view internet pages. Popular browsers include Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari.
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Browser

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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Browser

a program that allows you to access the worldwide web (WWW)
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Browser

A program used to display information, especially on the Internet.
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Browser

A program used to navigate Internet sites.
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Browser

An application used to view information from the Internet. Browsers provide a user-friendly interfac
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Browser

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 of area being displayed.
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Browser

Application program that provides a way to look at and interact with all the information on the World Wide Web.
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Browser

Client used to view the world wide web. The most popular browsers are Microsoft's Internet Explorer,
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browser

In computing, any program that allows the user to search for and view data. Browsers usually do not permit the user to edit data, but are sometimes able to convert data from one file format to another. Web browsers allow access to the World Wide Web. Microsoft's Internet Explorer was the leading Web browser in 2006, acting as a graphical user i...
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browser

is the tool used to view websites, and access all the content available there onscreen or by downloading. Browsers may also have features including the ability to read feeds, write blog items, view and upload photos to photosharing sites. Browsers have become the central tool for using social media as more and more tools previously used on our desk...
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Browser

Most usually applied to application programs that display text, graphics and active links prepared in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
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Browser

Primarily this is software, which enables users to access the World Wide Web.
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Browser

Program used to locate and displays HTML documents.
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Browser

See: Web browser
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