Definitions for "Browsers"
Web Browsers are the programs people use to look at websites. The two most common are Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Mozilla FireFox, though there are many more. At G3Web, we design web pages to work in as many browsers as possible. Go to top
(also called clients) is the software that provides an interface to access and navigate the World Wide Web; browsers include Netscape, Mosaic, Chimera, Cyberdog,, Internet Explorer, Web Explorer, etc. The key to understanding a browser is that the files you view with the browser have been downloaded onto your computer. You can use the browser to save and open. You can open files on the internet with a URL or on your computer with a file name.
Software programs that enable World Wide Web documents to be displayed. Common browsers include Netscape Navigator and Communicator, and Microsoft Internet Explorer. The browsers translate HTML files into texts, images and sound displayed on a web page.
Organisms that feed by scraping thin layers of living organisms from the surface of the substratum (e.g., periwinkles feeding on rock-surface diatom films; urchins scraping a thin, filmy sponge colony from a rock).
Species which feed primarily on stems, twigs, buds and leaves.  Such species have microbial symbionts for the digestion of cellulose and other structural carbohydrates.  Among browsers, some species are arboreal and feed on the leaves of trees ( arboreal folivores).
Large mammals that feed on the young growing parts of trees or shrubs.