from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that browses.
- n. Computer Science A program that accesses and displays files and other data available on the Internet and other networks.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person or animal who browses.
- n. A person who, while shopping, purchases nothing.
- n. A web browser.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An animal that browses.
- n. a computer program that permits the user to view multiple electronic documents in a flexible sequence by the process of activating hypertext “buttons” within one document, which serves as a reference to the location of related document. The term is currently (late 1990's) used mostly for programs which allow traversing hypertext paths in documents on the internet. A typical browser will permit the user to easily reverse direction, and view again documents previously accessed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who browses. Also spelled browzer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a viewer who looks around casually without seeking anything in particular
- n. a program used to view HTML documents
Sorry, no etymologies found.
[SeaMonkey] 5 browser / xpinstall / tests / browser_*. js fails bug 483818
For example, if we used our example thesaurus above and typed E.G., "browser ie" in the "All words" field, it would look for "+browser +ie" - it would no longer allow
$sql = ( "INSERT INTO $db_bvis SET id = '', bid = '$getid', ip = '$_SERVER [REMOTE_ADDR]', date = '$date', browser = '$browser'");
The only thing that keeps me from making Chrome my main browser is the adds issue.
Tired it for a couple of weeks, auto login button on the browser is a bit erratic doesn't work for all websites (php, wordpress, v-bulletins) and even if you set it up for such sites it keeps on asking you for configuring it.
London Litigator, my browser is acting up, and trying to hilight your post kept taking me to the CSIS article.
I have friends who are unsure what a browser is and think copying and pasting text is hugely challenging.
If the browser is the platform and Opera widgets are cross-platform, then web standards are the glue … but there is more!
The ‘history’ function of my browser is also well-worn.
Trying to go back the text to insert the code after pasting it into the browser is a certain recipe for mistakes.