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Browser

A computer program used to find files or to surf the Internet. Web browsers are necessary to engage in e-commerce. That is, one cannot buy a book online without a browser to access a website from which to order books.
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School users therefore started turning to alternative browsers including Mozilla, Opera, Safari and the increasingly popular Firefox.
Java applets allowed developers to deliver real client applications within the browser.
In reality, the cookie is usually tracking the habits of a particular browser at a particular IP address and will only know who the user is if the user has provided that information to the site by logging in.
If you return to that Web site, your browser will use the files in the cache, rather than downloading them again.
We're very pleased to be working with ST and to have the opportunity to showcase our browser on its real-time operating system and software.
In addition to browsing multiple Websites at the same time, you can customize toolbars, open groups of sites with a single click and drag and drop URLs on other browser tabs.
They said the combination of the operating system with the Internet browser was simply one type of technological enhancement of an existing product - Windows 95 - that the consent decree had contemplated.
RV Tec designs each handset model always with the customers' interests in mind and we feel that the Winwap's Browser and MMS Client are good solutions to recommend to our OEM customers.
Subsequently, when Tom receives the encrypted confirmation email, the browser retrieves a fresh authentication assertion and presents it to the key server.
The announcement follows a federal judge's finding that Microsoft illegally used its monopoly in personal-computer operating system software to monopolize the market for Web browsers.
Windows, $40) goes beyond the simple ``Save'' command offered within a browser.
They allow you to see graphics and hear audio embedded in Web sites; each browser interprets HTML differently.